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Truist Bank customers who have received emails or text messages with a link to are asked not to click links or follow the instructions in them. This because the scam messages are being sent by scammers who are attempting to trick potential victims into visiting phishing websites that steal account credentials, personal and financial information. The stolen information will be used fraudulent, therefore, if you have been tricked by the scam, please contact for help.

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