Search News

1 minute reading time (119 words)

Fake text messages that look like real bank alerts

What you need to watch out for are fake text messages that look like real alerts from a bank.

The Better Business Bureau says they appear to be about your password or account status, but following the link may share your banking information with scammers.

The text message appears to be alerting you to place a hold on your account and provides a link to reactivate it.

These scam texts use a variety of messages and techniques, but the desired outcome is the same.

If you call a number or go to a website, scammers will use the opportunity to obtain your banking information.


Pregnant Women Reminded to Avoid Travel to Zika-af...
Free Glow Sticks for San Tan Valley Kids!

My Account Menu

News Menu

Search News

Mailing Address:
530 E Hunt Hwy
Ste 103-262
San Tan Valley, AZ 85143

Text: 602.348.0238 is your #1 resource for anything in and around San Tan Valley, AZ. Focusing on uniting and promoting all that San Tan Valley has to offer for our visitors and residents, provides you with local area information & events, local business information, news, traffic alerts, and more!

© 2023, is owned & operated by MyBizNow LLC. All Rights Reserved. Material displayed is not to be used without written permission by representatives. You may not reproduce or communicate any of the content on this website, including articles, content, images and files downloadable from this website, without the written permission of representatives. Opinions and comments posted by viewers do not reflect the opinions of

As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.

© Copyright 2023. All Rights Reserved Site Developed & Maintained by