BBB Warns Consumers Regarding Phony MidSouth Bank Phone Calls

  
     
July 21, 2014

According to MidSouth Bank, automated calls from multiple 877 phone numbers are NOT from the bank, but are scam calls intended to steal consumer banking information.

The automated scam phone message states the recipient's MidSouth Bank debit card has been deactivated.

These automated calls are not from MidSouth Bank. Remember, MidSouth Bank will never ask you to give us your debit card number, expiration or PIN.

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