Fraudulent callers seek Visa card numbers
WILLMAR -- Citizens are being asked not to provide any information if they receive a fraudulent automated phone call asking them to activate their debit card and input their Visa card number and personal identification number (PIN).
Both the Willmar Police Department and local bankers are notifying citizens that the calls are fraudulent and advising not to key any financial information into their phone.
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