Hawaii National Bank Alerts Residents to Scam

May 23, 2021, 10:14 AM HST
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Hawaii National Bank is alerting Hawaii residents about a recent series of scam calls and text messages requesting personal banking information. Both customers and non-customers are being targeted.

The fraudulent calls include a recording that requests the verification of personal credit card information. A Hawaii National Bank phone number may be displayed on the caller identification.

Hawaii National Bank never calls, texts or e-mails customers to validate personal account or card information. Do not provide personal information, including account, password or PIN numbers, over the phone, through text messages or via e-mail. Hawaii National Bank advises anyone who receives this call to hang up.

You may call (808) 528-7800 with any questions.

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