Delta Police are investigating an ATM card scam that's been hitting residents in the area.
Police say they've gotten reports of people getting a call on their cell phone or house phone. When the person answers, a recording tells them their ATM card, Debit card or Credit card has been deactivated for security reasons.
The person is told to reactivate their card they must press 'one' then enter their 16-digit account or card number.
Police say DO NOT give any information. This is a scam that gives the scammer instant access to your account information.
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