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FRAUDULENT MEDICARE SCAM

November 15th, 2013

There is a new phone scam taking place that targets Senior Citizens. Senior customers are receiving calls stating that due to confusion with “Obama Care”, they need to confirm their account number in order to receive a Medicare card. FYI ... The caller will give the LANB routing number.

FRAUDULENT PHISHING E-MAIL W/ATTACHMENT ALERT!

October 30th, 2013
 
A fraudulent phishing e-mail has been circulating New Mexico of late pretending to be from Los Alamos National Bank. This phishing e-mail might include false information that your account has been suspended or is in jeopardy due to incorrect information. The e-mail has a PDF attachment which then instructs you to click on a link that leads to a false website that asks for your personal information.  

FRAUDULENT PHISHING E-MAIL ALERT!

November 8th, 2012
 
A fraudulent phishing e-mail has been circulating New Mexico of late pretending to be from Los Alamos National Bank. This phishing e-mail might include false information that your account has been suspended or is in jeopardy due to incorrect information. It then instructs you to click on a link that leads to a false website that asks for your personal information.  

PLEASE DO NOT CLICK ON THIS LINK OR ANY OTHER LIKE IT!!

It is the policy of Los Alamos National Bank to never ask for a customers’ personal or private information over an Internet form or any other non-personal form of communication. If there is even any emergency issue with your accounts you will be contacted via phone or some other person-to-person communication.  

Also, please remember to watch the address bar in your browser when you click on links. If the address does not begin with www.lanb.com it is most likely a false website.  

We apologize for any inconvenience and if you have any questions or concerns please call the LANB hotline at 505-662-5171.  

Thank you.

Los Alamos National Bank



September 6, 2012

A phishing scam (A fraudulent e-mail) has been circulating through New Mexico targeting LANB customers. This e-mail informs a customer that their account has been suspended due to an accounting error. It then instructs the customer to click on a link that takes them to a webpage that then requests a huge amount of personal and bank account information to include logins, passwords, family information, and more. An image of the e-mail is below. Please note that your e-mail may look a bit different but the substance of the e-mail will be the same.





PLEASE DO NOT CLICK ON THIS LINK OR ANY OTHER LIKE IT!!

If you have clicked on this link and have provided information to this site PLEASE CONTACT LANB IMMEDIATELY at 505-662-5171 for assistance. This number has been extended until 8:30 pm tonight for anyone who wishes to call after normal lobby hours. If you call after these hours and leave a message someone from LANB will contact you first thing in the morning.

We wish to remind our customers that LANB will NEVER send an e-mail to request any personal, security or bank information. If you do receive an e-mail like the one above please do not click on it, forward it or respond to it. Please contact LANB using any method you wish with questions or concerns.

Please also refer to any of the security links on the left navigation if you wish to know more about online and web security.

Thank you, 

Los Alamos National Bank

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