The "Irregular Activity Spotted in your Bank of America" Scam

The "Irregular Activity Spotted in your Bank of America" email message below is a phishing scam. The fake email message is being sent by cybercriminals, who are attempting to trick their potential victims into visiting a phishing website that will steal their Bank of America online accounts' username and passwords, personal and financial information. Therefore, recipients of the fraudulent email message should delete it and should not follow the instructions in it.

The Irregular Activity Spotted in your Bank of America Scam

The "Irregular Activity Spotted in your Bank of America" Phishing Scam

From: Bof America - 300012 <>

Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 1:16 PM

Subject: e-Ticket No.33001203/2019/BANK/OF/AMERICA-Id490018

Rated People

Click here if you can`t see the email

Account Alerts

Irregular activity spotted in your Bank of America account on 17.02.2019.

We have detected a high debit from your account over the weekend which is abnormal. For your protection we strongly advice you to verify your account activity. Please sign in and follow the required steps.


This is an automated email - Please do not reply to this mailbox.

The information in this email is confidential and is intended solely for the addressee.

Bank of America customers should always go directly to and sign into their accounts, instead of clicking on a link in email messages. Once they are signed in, they will be notified of any changes or updates to their accounts. Doing this will prevent them from being tricked into visiting phishing websites.

Bank of America (BoA) customers who have already been tricked by the phishing email message are asked to contact Bank of American immediately for help.

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