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Scam phone calls are not from 1st Source Bank

1st Source Bank sent out a release on Tuesday alerting the public to an apparent telephone scam.

People are receiving calls that say their 1st Source Mastercards will be deactivated unless they enter their full card number and PIN to reactivate it.

There calls are not being made by 1st Source Bank.

No client information was taken from 1st Source Bank. 1st Source Bank said it appears to be a robotic calling system that it randomly selecting phone numbers to call. The calls first went out the the 564 area code and are now also going out to the 219 and 260 area codes.

1st Source Bank is working with authorities to investigate the scam.

If anyone receives a call similar to the one described here, hang up and do not provide any information. If anyone has been tricked into releasing information, contact the bank immediately.

1st Source Bank will never call or send an email asking for account information, passwords or pins.

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