Protect Yourself From Gift Card ScamsDon’t Fall Victim to a Scam!
Fraudsters are constantly looking for ways to swindle you out of your hard-earned money. Don’t fall victim to a scam.
Is someone on the phone telling you to pay them with a gift card to:
- Pay an IRS debt
- Keep your Social Security benefits
- Keep your utilities on (electricity, water or heat)
- Pay for tech support
- Pay for a family member in trouble
- Pay a member of the military needing money
- Pay bail or ransom
- Avoid arrest or deportation
For more information on Gift Card scams visit the FTC Website.
Remember, Premier Bank, or any other financial institution, will NEVER contact you to ask for your account number, card number, password or PIN.
If you believe you were scammed or think you saw a scam, be sure to report it to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and contact the card issuer:
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We’re Here to Help!
Don’t feel embarrassed to admit you are the victim of a scam. Follow these five steps for resolving fraud and be sure to contact our Client Solution Center or visit your local Premier Bank branch right away if you think you have fallen victim to a scam.
Email: [email protected]
Visit: Your Local Branch
Find more helpful tips and tricks to prevent fraud on the Premier Bank blog.