If you get call claiming to be bank give no info. Hangup and call bank and ask if they called. This is not an entirely new one, but the way they get you to do a reset of password through the PIN and two factor authentication is new. Never give out password to someone who is calling you (even if Caller ID says it is them) as they can fake lots of ways. Hang up on them and call bank (look up number on a check or statement to call them, not what someone may say). This goes for insurance companies etc. also and also don't fall for similar in email or texts (I had a spam phishing text last week).
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