WASHBURN COUNTY -- The Indianhead Credit Union is advising area residents that there is a phone scam in the area using their business name, according to a news release submitted to DrydenWire.com.
Residents in our area are once again victims of a phishing attack. This time it is a series of phone calls using the Indianhead Credit Union’s name. They are calling asking questions about credit cards. This is a scam.
This type of scam is an automatic calling system that targets a group of phone numbers by automatically going down a list in order to phish information from people. The people behind the calls do not have any of your account information and be sure not to give out any information. We have also notified the police.
If you have questions please call our office at 715-635-8273.
-- Per Indianhead Credit Union