[Vision2020] MPD Press Release

Donovan Arnold donovanjarnold2008 at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 31 06:52:16 PST 2009

Why don't you find out who owns that number, 208-301-9136, and go arrest them?  "AT&T WIRELESS SERVICES, services that number, they should have billing information on it that can lead to the person(s) committing the fraud.. 
Call or visit 
1850 West Pullman Road
Moscow, ID 83843-4014
(208) 883-9969

Donovan Arnold

--- On Wed, 12/30/09, Stephanie Kalasz <skalasz at ci.moscow.id.us> wrote:

From: Stephanie Kalasz <skalasz at ci.moscow.id.us>
Subject: [Vision2020] MPD Press Release
To: "v2020" <vision2020 at moscow.com>
Date: Wednesday, December 30, 2009, 4:33 PM

118 East 4th Street
Moscow , Idaho 83843
Tel: 208-882-COPS    Fax: 208-882-4020


December 29, 2009
On 12-29-09 at about 4:03 pm (Pacific Standard Time) people owning cell phones with SPRINT services may have received a text message saying their Latah Federal Credit Union card had been deactivated.  The message states to re-activate your card to call the number of 208-301-9136.  The Moscow Police Department and the Latah Federal Credit Union asks that people not to respond to this message.  This is an on going scam.  
If a person calls this number you will hear an automated recording asking you to enter your pin number and account number.  The person(s) on the other end can use the tones from the phone to get number a person has pushed and they will then have your card information.  The telephone numbers are called possibly with an automated dialing system, much like telemarketers use.  The person(s) enter an area code and the phone prefix and the computer system starts dialing random numbers and sends an automated text message..  
To date, most of these messages have been sent on phones with sprint service.  Again we want to ask everyone not to respond to these messages and not provide any banking information of any kind that comes to you via text or e-mail messages.  

DANIEL L. WEAVER                                                                        Prepared by: 
            Chief of Police                                                                          Assistant Chief David Duke
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