They will ask to confirmed social security number and other sensitive information that they need to steal the victims' identities.
The Bank of America and other banks will never call their customers and ask them to verify their personal and financial information, especially their social security numbers, over the phone,via text or email messages.
The scammers may call from other telephone numbers, or may send text messages (SMS) or email messages requesting the same information. But, it doesn't matter where the request for information came from, banking customers are warned never to send or disclose their information, because doing so will allow scammers to steal their identities.
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