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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

OCC Issues Warning About Fraudulent Correspondence

The OCC warned bankers and examiners about three different variations of fictitious correspondence currently in circulation, claiming to come from the OCC or other government entities. The fraudulent messages claim that the OCC is involved in holding funds until personal identifying information is provided.

The OCC reiterated that it does not participate in funds transfers for, or on behalf of individuals, business enterprises or governmental entities, and urged consumers to contact the agency directly to verify the legitimacy of any correspondence prior to releasing any personal information.

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