Phone Scam Reported to Lexington Police

| November 26, 2012
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According to the Lexington Police Department a resident received a phone call recently claiming to be a health care provider. According to the resident the caller had an accent, called her by name and said the call was in reference to her medical card. The caller then asked for her bank account number which she refused. The phone call came from a Texas pre-fix and the number, 409-574-1214 shows to have several complaints against it for the same probing of personal information.

It is important to never give out banking or tax related information over the phone.

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