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Target Breach: 70 Million Affected
Attack Compromised E-Mail Addresses, Other PII
Community First Bank puts you first when it comes to securing your financial information. Since the Target breach, CFB was proactive in contacting all affected card holders via telephone in an attempt to notify victims of the breach.
Target confirmed that up to 40 million customers' credit and debit cards could be affected by a massive security breach after thieves gained access to private card information used at its stores from November 27 – December 15, 2013.
We have been made aware of phishing emails that may currently be circulating. If you receive one of these emails do NOT click on any links within the document. It is recommended that you permanently delete the email. Following are brief descriptions of these fraudulent communications.
Subsequent communications may be issued by NACHA on this topic as additional details become available.
The BBB has issued a nationwide warning about a new scam claiming that President Obama will pay consumers' utility bills through a new federal program.
The IC3 continues to receive reports of counterfeit check schemes targeting U.S. law firms. The scammers contact lawyers via e-mail, claiming to be overseas and requesting legal representation in collecting a debt from third parties located in the U.S.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) continues to receive complaints from victims of payday loan telephone collection scams. As previously reported in December 2010, the typical payday loan scam involves a caller who claims the victim is delinquent on a payday loan and must make payment to avoid legal consequences.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received numerous reports of fraudulent e-mails that have the appearance of being sent from the FDIC.