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Scam Using Prosperity Banks Name Hits Lubbock

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Prosperity Bank is warning customers and non-customers about a phishing scam. Some Lubbock residents started posting on Facebook and Twitter that that they had either received a call or text message claiming to be Prosperity Bank. The message states that the customer’s debit card had been locked. Prosperity Bank confirmed to KFYO that this is a scam intended to get your personal information and warned residents not to give any information out over the phone.

Prosperity Bank told KFYO that they are investigating the matter.

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