It happened about a week ago.
Cindy Radliff got an automated phone call saying her debit card had been suspended, and to push "one."
The incoming message came from Florida.
Ironically, her former bank used to have branches there.
Radliff, who fell for a computer scam about a month ago, became suspicious and hung up.
She says phone calls like this are going around, and they sound legitimate.
She doesn't want others to lose personal information.
"I contacted all my kids," said Radliff. "My husband, my family, and friends and said you know if you get this call it's not real. Do not push one."
Radliff banks with First Financial and dialed it right away.
Bank staff say if a call sounds suspicious always hang up.
Never give personal information over the phone.