BNB Advises Of Local Scam

Over the weekend, Bradford National Bank warned its customers of a scam that had impacted a local family.

Randy Alderman, Vice President of Community Relations & Security Officer at Bradford National Bank, told WGEL the family was contacted and told that one of their children was involved in an accident and the best way to handle the situation would be to go to a local store and purchase gift cards to give to the accident victim to resolve the issue.

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Alderman also told us that the upcoming holiday shopping season is a time to be on high alert for fraudulent activity noting the vast majority of fraud occurs this season, in stores and online.

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Alderman reminded that your bank will never ask you to share financial information over the phone or demand that you conduct any type of transaction. Should you receive such a call, Alderman said you should notify the police and contact your banking institution with any questions or concerns you may have.

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