Restoremybofa Viberr and Jiberr Bank of America Scam

It seems scammers are using the fake and phishing website restoremybofa.com to scam Bank of America customers. The newly created website may be used for phishing attacks, where potential victims are lured to it in order to steal their account credentials, personal or financial information. Therefore, Bank of America customers who have received a message with a link to restoremybofa.com are asked not to follow the instructions in it. They may post it in a comment below to help inform others and should delete and subsequently delete it.

Restoremybofa Viberr and Jiberr Bank of America Scam

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