NEW SCAM ALERT:Beware of fraudulent calls claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. Never provide your social security number or other private information to someone over the phone.
What to do if you receive a scam call:
- Hang up, do not share any information, and block the number.
- Report scam attempts to the BBB.
- If you’re not sure if the call is a scam:
- Google the number to see if it has been reported by others for scam.
- Google the company or organization the caller is claiming to be, then call the company directly to find out if they have tried to contact you.
- It’s a good rule of thumb to never provide personal information over the phone.
- Slow down, and remember that no authentic salesperson, loan officer, company, or Social Security Administration employee, etc. will ever threaten you in attempt to force you to pay or provide personal information. If you feel threatened or harassed, that is a red flag.
- If you believe your financial information may have been compromised, contact your bank immediately. Click here for PVNB Debit Card Support Numbers.
Learn more security tips here.