Transacid Text Scam - Return From Your Last Statement

Transacid Text Scam - Return From Your Last Statement

Recipients of the fake Transacid text below, which claims they were sent a return from their last statement, are asked not to click the link in it. This is because the text is a scam and the link in it goes to a phishing website that steals account credentials, personal and financial information.

The Transacid Text Scam

Transacid Text Scam from +1-438-925-8761


We sent you a return from your last statement, see hxxp:// to finalize

If you have clicked the link in the fake Transacid text and hava submitted financial information on the phishing website that you were taken to, please contact your bank for help. And, if you asked for a password or asked to sign-in, please change all of your online accounts that use the same password.

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