Scammers are trying to get sensitive information out of First Tennessee Bank customers.
The Memphis bank sent out a warning Friday, saying a phishing scheme uses fraudulent emails, texts and social media posts.
“Customers are asked to click on a link regarding their accounts and then asked for identifying information like their Social Security numbers or account numbers,” the warning says.
People who clicked on the link and provided information should change usernames and passwords immediately using the bank’s real website, First Tennesse official Jack Bradley said.
Customers can dial 800-382-5465 to ask questions and air concerns.