Bank of Jackson Hole reports fraud messages


WYOMING – The Bank of Jackson Hole is continuing its investigation into a text scam that may impact its Sublette County customers.

On Tuesday, May 24, Bank of Sublette County customers reported receiving a fraudulent text message that read: “Your Bank of Jackson Holes account has been temporarily restricted due to suspicious charges. To resolve click on bjacksonholes.us.”

All text messages or emails from the bank will come from a “@bojh.com” domain. Bank of Jackson Hole asks customers not to click on anything suspicious and to call 307-733-8064 with any questions.

As of Wednesday, there has been no breach of the bank’s data.

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