A warning from the State Attorney General's office about fake text messages.
Spokeswoman Diane Clay says the fraudulent text asks people to call a phone number in regards to an alleged problem with a bank or credit card account.
Clay said it's a scam to get bank account and social security numbers. She said it's called "smishing."
"They'll use pressure to say you've got to fix it right now," Clay said. "That if you don't do it now, something will happen and that's not the case."
Clay said personal information should never be give out over the phone. She advises calling the bank or credit card company directly to inquire about any potential problems with an account.
Clay's also asking anyone who's received the fake texts to report the incident to the State Attorney General's office at (405) 521-2029.