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E-mail scam that could open your bank account to thieves

From NBC12 News

RICHMOND, VA (NBC12) - An e-mail scam that could open your bank account to thieves. Area banks are warning customers not to respond to an e-mail asking them to confirm certain information. 

First Community Bank, one of the targeted businesses, says it's a trick to get bank card and pin numbers, that banks would never contact you like this. 

Should you receive an e-mail like this, First Community warns never to respond with personal or bank account information.

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