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FirstBank Warns Virgin Islands Customers That It Is Not Sending Out Scam Email

CHARLOTTE AMALIE — FirstBank of the Virgin Islands advised people on Facebook today that some of its customers have received emails from scammers with the subject “Your Account Has Been Debited” followed by instructions to enter a fraudulent website.

FirstBank said that if you receive this message you should delete it and block the return address immediately.

The bank suggests that if you received this email and accidentally clicked on the link depicted, you should “visit here: http://bit.ly/2LF8Mog and change your password.”

“Remember, #FirstBank will never send its customers a request for personal information via email,” the bank said today. “Your safety is our priority. Learn how to prevent these issues here: http://bit.ly/2W3KJmR and share this information!”

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