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Beware of "Bank of America Unusual Activity On Your Card" Phishing Scams

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Beware of "Bank of America Unusual Activity On Your Card" Phishing Scams

Bank of America customers, be aware of phishing email scams like the one below that are being sent to potential victims by cybercriminals. The phishing email scams are used to steal Bank of America customers' username, password, personal and financial information. This is done by attempting to frighten and trick potential victims into clicking on a link in the same emails that goes to a phishing website that steals personal information and online account credentials.

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Sample "Bank of America Unusual Activity On Your Card" Phishing Scam

From: "Bank of America" <ambrown@mail.johnstoncc.edu>

Date: December 19, 2017 at 11:31:43 AM CST

Subject: Security Alert: Unusual Activity On Your Card

Bank of America®

Security Alert

Unusual credit card activity detected

We're letting you know that we've detected some unusual activity on your Bank of America card on 12/19/2017. For your security, please verify the following transaction(s) so that you can continue to use your card.

Do you recognize these transaction(s)?

Approved transaction at Amazon UK Retail for $100.32 on 12/19/2017

Yes,I recognize all of these

YES will make your card immediately ready to use again.

NO, I do not recognize one or more of these

NO will allow you to complete the verification process and file a fraud claim in Online or Mobile Banking.

Please respond to this message or we may need to place certain limitations on your card to protect your account.

If you have already contacted us, please disregard this notice.

Bank of America customers should always go directly to Bank of America's website at https://www.bankofamerica.com/ and sign into their accounts from there, instead of clicking on a link in an email message. And, Bank of America (BOA) customers who have been tricked by the scam should immediately attempt to change their BOA account passwords and contact Bank of America for help.

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