CONSUMER ALERT: Mortgage Post Card Scam

Monday, March 04 at 02:00 PM
Category: Arvest News

Arvest Bank is warning customers about scammers sending post cards regarding mortgage loans. Some Arvest customers have reported that they are receiving pink or yellow cards from a Daytona Beach, Florida, bulk mailing with no return address. These cards contain a false loan number and instruct recipients to call a non-Arvest phone number immediately. If a customer calls the number, the scammers tell him or her that there was an error with a recently closed mortgage that requires refinancing.

If you receive one of these cards, please disregard it and contact us at 866-952-9523.

Please know that Arvest Bank takes your privacy seriously and would never communicate your loan information publicly this way. With the exception of the fake loan number, it is possible the information came from viewing public records once your mortgage was filed. For more information about how Arvest Bank protects your privacy, and how to report fraud, please visit https://www.arvest.com/about/privacy-and-security/.

Tags: Fraud Alert
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