Scammers are impersonating Chase Bank and sending text messages to people making all sorts of claims. This is the case of a Hayward woman buy the name Tina Kumar who suddenly received a stack of mail with 70 Chase bank credit cards, issued to 70 complete strangers, all on her credit card account. This is quite overwhelming. Beware! It is a Scam!
This is a kind of fraud called ‘Phishing Scam’, and it’s quite common.
This woman suddenly received a stack of mail containing not one or two, but 70 Chase bank credit cards, issued to 70 complete strangers, all on her credit card account. She unknowingly activated the account when she called the number on the cards. But luckily for her, she had used the cards.
Moreover, scammers have also attempted to defraud a man claiming that Chase Bank has reimbursed him $12,000 he lost in a scam after WRTV got involved.
They sound so convincing like a bank representative telling him that they are going to walk him through and get his money back. Do not be deceived even when it is designed in a legitimate manner. Chase.com is aware of this malicious text messages and have warned customers not to click or respond to this messages.
Received Chase Bank text? Do The Following!
Secondly, you should delete the text message immediately as it is obviously a phishing scam. Meanwhile, do not forget to inform your family and friends.
From the on going It is clear that scammers are impersonating Chase Bank sending text messages to customers with the ulterior motive to defraud them. If or when you receive this phishing scam text, delete the text message immediately as it is obviously a scam. Meanwhile, do not forget to inform your family and friends. Please they should not click on the link if and when they receive such message.
Also, you can report scams, untrustworthy websites and tell us why you consider the websites fraudulent. See similar phishing scam; SharpUSPS scam text, Wal Tracking Scam, Delware BPO Scam, Publix 90TH Anniversary, etc.