An Airman stationed in California recently received a call from someone posing as a member of his bank's fraud prevention team. The caller had likely researched the Airman's Facebook profile and found posts about a recent trip to Hawaii. The scammer said because the Airman's account had been compromised in Hawaii, he needed to transfer his account balance into a new account they had set up in his name. The Airman transferred his entire account balance over and none of it has been traced or recovered ever since. If you receive a phone call from a name or number you do not recognize, do not answer personal questions or engage. If you think you have been the target of a phishing scam, contact your local security forces or the Air Force Office of Special Investigations at 719-556-4347.