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Officials Warn Of Montana Targeted Debit/Credit Card Scam

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Scam artists are back at it again – targeting Montana residents.  Attorney General Steve Bullock released a statement regarding calls about cancelled debit/credit cards. The scammers are saying they are from local banks like The Credit Union and Citizens Bank – and are telling customers their cards are cancelled, and asking them personal details about their financial information.  If you receive these calls, notify The Office of Consumer Protection at 1-800-481-6896.

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