8663169029 Text Message Scams Sent by Cybercriminals

Online users have reported receiving fake US bank text message alerts from +8663169029. The text messages claim the recipients need to unlock their account and contain a link that goes to a phishing website that steals personal information and account credentials.

8663169029 Text Message Scams Sent by Cybercriminals

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Online users who have already clicked on the link and have entered their personal information and account credentials on the page they were taken to, are asked to contact their bank for help.

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8663169029 Text Message Scams Sent by Cybercriminals