The "Who is Erica? - Bank of America Virtual Financial Assistant" Email
From: Bank of America <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 12:03 PM
Subject: Who is Erica?
Erica makes saving, spending and banking easier than ever
Bank of America
Who is Erica? Coming soon.
Erica will help make your financial life easier with valuable alerts,(1) helpful insights and financial guidance.
Hi there! I'm Erica, your virtual financial assistant. Let's Get Started.
We are bringing more convenience to your Mobile Banking app.2 Erica will soon make banking easier.
Who is Erica?
LIFE / BETTER CONNECTED(TM)
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1. You may elect to receive alerts via text or email. Bank of America does not charge for this service but your mobile carrier's message and data rates may apply. Delivery of alerts may be affected or delayed by your mobile carrier's coverage.
2. Mobile Banking requires that you download the Mobile Banking app and is only available for select mobile devices. Message and data rates may apply.
This mobile feature, ERICA, is only available in the English language. This feature requires that you download the Mobile Banking app and is only available for select mobile devices. Message and data rates may apply.
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LIFE / BETTER CONNECTED is a trademark and Bank of America and the Bank of America logo are registered trademarks of Bank of America Corporation .
Thank you for being a Bank of America customer. You received this email as part of your existing relationship with us.
Bank of America Email, 9th Floor NC1-028-09-02, 150 N College St., Charlotte, NC 28255. Please do NOT send any physical mail to this address, especially mail containing sensitive information.
Although the email is not a phishing scam, Bank of America customer should still not click on links in emails, especially suspicious ones. They should instead, always go directly to Bank of America's website at www.bankofamerica.com and sign into their accounts from there, update their personal information or view other important notifications. This will prevent them from becoming victims of phishing scams.
To learn more about Erica, click here.