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May 9, 2013

Cadence Bank warns customers about scam

Cadence Bank is warning its customers not to reply to text messages that claim their accounts are being suspended or cancelled.

The messages are part of a “phishing” scam aimed at gaining access to customers’ accounts.

Cadence Bank does not contact customers to request their personal or account information, according to a press release.

Customers that receive suspicious text messages may contact Cadence Customer Service at 800-636-7622 for additional assistance.

For customers’ protection, the bank urges not responding to automated messages – text, email or phone – from any financial institution.

 

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