A text messaging scam KKTV 11 News first warned you about earlier this month is still going strong.
11 News received a number of calls from viewers who have received a text message that appears to be from the Air Academy Federal Credit Union.
It warns that a credit card you have is locked and that you need to call a certain number to get it unlocked. But do not call. It is a scam.
The crooks just want your personal banking information and may want to steal your identity. So if you receive a suspicious message from your bank, call them first to make sure it is real.
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