Fraudulent Text Alerts: What You Need to Know
Fraudulent Text Alerts are Being Reported
Please be aware a fraudulent text "alert" has been reported which falsely claims the recipient's card has been locked.
The recipient is asked to call a local phone and provide their debit card number to an automated attendant. For your safety, DO NOT call the number and DO NOT provide your 16-digit debit/credit card number.
The text was NOT sent from Prime Meridian Bank's Fraud Department.
[All Prime Meridian Bank Fraud alerts are SMS messages that originate from short code 96923.]
Questions: please call your local Prime Meridian Bank office or dial our Main Office at (850) 907-2300.
If suspicious activity occurs after business hours please call (800) 237-8990. Fraud analysts are available to assist you 24 hours a day.
For more about our Fraud Alert Measures, please click here.