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January 12, 2006

New identity theft scam targets Chase Bank customers

Ensuring Chase Bank customers don't fall victim to the latest identity theft scam, the New York Consumer Protection Board is advising the bank's customers to look out for phishing emails.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to recent media reports, the Consumer Protection Board (CPB) has warned that phony emails claiming to be from Chase Bank are advising customers that attempts have been made to access their accounts from a ‘foreign’ internet address, and instruct the customer to click on a website link contained within the email.

If the customer is duped in to responding to the email, the phisher’s computer can gain access to customer account details and other personal information. Customers who have responded to the email have been advised to contact Chase’s fraud department.

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