Fifth Third Bank spoof

On October 25th I received a phone call from the bank Fifth Third and my phone records prove this was the number that called me. The person said that they were an employee of Fifth Third and was I in West Virgina or did I know anyone named Bethany Smith. I said I wasn’t in WV and I didn’t know this person. He had my full name, social, address, and online banking user name and password. He sent me a text which I repeated to him and then one thousand dollars was deducted from my account. Now my bank won’t give me my money back for 30 days and had denied my initial dispute saying it was my IP that logged in and my phone number that received the text message. It is going to be a long road I had to file a police report, contact my cell phone company to prove who called me and now I am writing the ScamPulse.com to warn give no information over the phone no matter what. When in doubt hang up and call the bank yourself.

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