Chase Fraud Prevention Text Scam

Recipients of Chase Fraud Prevention text scams below are asked not to click the link in them. The Chase text scams, which claim the recipients' accounts have been locked or frozen, are being sent by scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into clicking the link in them.

Chase Fraud Prevention Text Scam

The Chase Fraud Prevention Text Scams

From: Chase Fraud Prevention

Chase account has locked your acct due to suspicious activity Please click on the link below to verify.

From: Chase Fraud Prevention

Chase, your account is frozen, here's a link to verify

The link in the Chase text scams goes to fake or phishing websites that steal account credentials, personal and financial information. Therefore, if you were tricked by any of the Chase Fraud Prevention text scams, please contact Chase for help as soon as possible.

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Chase Fraud Prevention Text Scam