Brandon, MB (CKLQ) - Another scam is making the rounds.
This one via a phone call supposedly from Visa or Mastercard.
A recorded voice prompt notifies you of suspicious pending purchases including the amounts.
The scam then asks you to deal with the issue by selecting 1 or 2 on your phone keypad.
Q Country news checked with the credit card companies who say they do not operate this way.
Authorities remind the public if you receive such a call, never give out personal information.
You're best to hang up and immediately check with your credit card company.