Fraudulent phishing scams have increased in activity over the
past few months. These scams consist of calls or text
messages to cardholders in an attempt to gain access to account
information. During these attempts, cardholders are informed
that their debit card has been deactivated and needs to be
reactivated. The cardholder is then asked to provide key account
information such as card number, expiration date, PIN number and
the three digit security code, in order to reactivate the
affected debit card.
For your security, if you receive a call,
text or email that seems questionable or suspicious and you have
a question about the validity it, call us
at (580) 924-4242 or 800-446-1362. No one from the bank will
ever need to contact you and ask you for your card number, PIN, or
Due to a high volume of debit card fraud
in the Houston area, all point of sale transactions in that area
are being blocked at this time. This measure is being
taken for the protection of your account.
Please be advised that all signature based
debit card transactions originating in California are currently
being blocked for your protection with the date being extended
until further notice due to continued fraud in that area.
Click for more info on foreign countries being blocked.
Access to account information is conveniently available anytime
24 Hr Information Line.
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Texoma National Bank is committed to meeting the credit
needs of our local trade area. The bank's primary trade
area consists of Southeast Oklahoma and North Texas.
Southeast Oklahoma consists of Bryan County and the surrounding
contiguous counties: Atoka, Choctaw, Johnston and Marshall;
North Texas consists of Grayson, Collin and Denton counties, and
the surrounding contiguous counties: Cooke, Fannin, Wise,
Tarrant and Dallas.
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