Central Payment

There is an individual visiting Platte Valley Bank’s merchant customer in the town of Bridgeport, NE. He is claiming to work for "the Bank" and is there to change/upgrade their merchant device. He is providing a business card and I have attached this below. This individual is not connected to our Bank in any way and we do not do business with the company showing on the business cards – Central Payment.Although this personal has not obtain any money, if he were to change the merchant device he would have access to the business’ funds.

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