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Kokomo Police Warn Of Phone Scam

The caller claims to be from a credit union and requests bank information.

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Zoeller says his office often deals with people who are trying to scam Indiana taxpayers.

Kokomo police are investigating a series of unsolicited phone calls reported by residents. Authorities say the call claims to be from a credit union claiming the recipient‘s debit card has been deactivated. The message asks for the pin number, then proceeds to ask for other financial information to offer a lower interest rate on a credit card. Police say anyone receiving similar calls should contact the Attorney General‘s Consumer Protection Division or the FBI.

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