AG warns of text fraud with the SNAP EBT Card

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is warning residents of a SNAP EBT card text fraud.

The text message claims that her SNAP EBT Card has been blocked and includes a phone number to call for help.

The Attorney General’s Office is warning residents not to reply to these messages as they could give scammers access to the funds on their card.

Residents are reminded not to share their EBT PIN with anyone outside their household, to regularly check their EBT account for unauthorized charges, to change their PIN regularly, and not to click or reply to unsolicited text messages.

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Dais Johnston

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