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Beware of Bank of America Phishing SMS Text Messages

If you have received SMS or Text messages like the ones below, which appear as if they were sent by the Bank of America, asking you to call a particular phone number or respond to them, please do not. Scammers are sending out fraudulent messages like the ones below to trick their potential victims into disclosing their Bank of America account information.
Beware of Bank of America Phishing SMS Text Messages
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Beware of Bank of America Phishing SMS Text Messages


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Beware of Bank of America Phishing SMS Text Messages

If you have received SMS or Text messages like the ones below, which appear as if they were sent by the Bank of America, asking you to call a particular phone number or respond to them, please do not. Scammers are sending out fraudulent messages like the ones below to trick their potential victims into disclosing their Bank of America account information.

Please continue reading below.

Once scammers or cybercrimes have gotten the victims' Bank of America information, they will use it to steal their money and use their accounts to commit fraud. If you have received messages appearing as if they came from the Bank of America, asking you to call a number or respond to them with your personal or financial information, please do not follow the instructions in the messages and report them to the Bank of America.

If you were tricked into following instructions in a fake BofA message, please contact the Bank of America.

Always called the Bank of America using the following number:

  • 1 (315) 724-4022

or click here to use the "Contact us" page on their website.

Some of the Fake Bank of America Text or SMS Messages

  • "(BofA)-Important Message - Due to recent updates in our system you need to verify your information. Click the link below: http://bankofamerica.sms- auth4427.com"
  • "BOfA: Your Bank Card is restricted due to failed payments. Follow www.USA-BankOfAmerica.com and remove Account limitation in 3 Easy Steps."
  • "(Visit# wwv.bnkofameirca.com-jtjgw.confirm19id.net/ Now) [fgeck]We are sorry but your_Bank0fAmeirca-issues#"
  • "wvw2.boaonline.com-hnxst. review184id.net/Now)[188] We are sorry but your: BnkofAmerica-is-locked"
  • "(BoA) Debit Card locked. visit www.xxxxxxxxxx. BankOfAmerica-BoA.com"
  • "(855)996-0808 (BoA) Debit Card Locked. visit www.(my cell number). BankOfAmerica-BoA.com"
  • "(go-to: wvw.bnkofamerica.com-sect jays.confirm540.net/?nr=. We are sorry but your bnk0famerica-debit visa is locked"
  • "(Dear , this important Message is from BankofAmerica. Debit-Visa issues)Contact us now at 5182123866 and remove the limit. "
  • "18559333547: (BoA) Debit Card Locked. visit www.312xxxxx20. BankOfAmerica-BoA.com"
  • "(bank of america message: important - please call at 630-701-6543 to review your account. Client id: 55g5lpfxf3dd5an)"
  • "([B a n k O f A m e r I c a] UrgentMessage.Please Ring: (818) 688-4222)"
  • "Bank Of America - ACCOUNT LOCKED Member: 7735471815. Urgent CALL : (855) 277-7117
  • "([B A N K OF A M E R I C A] UrgentNotification Contact: 914 266 8559)"
  • "(Office My B.O.F.A Attention needed Contact: 9142668559)"
  • "(MYB.O.F.A Urgent Notification Contact: 914 266 8559)"
  • "(My Master Urgent Notification Contact: 914 266 8559)" came from 5078457487@sw.rr.com "
  • "([bank of america]}Your Attention Is Needed.Call 323 937 7432"
  • "71222127@ndiweb.com ([BOfA]UrgentNotification.Contact: 831-298-1164)"
  • "Direct debit issue.to solve please call now."
  • "Fwd: (Please Contact Bank Of America HelpDesk @ 1(978) 290 5085)"

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