The Bank of America text scam messages below, which claim a transaction has been attempted, are being sent by cybercriminals. The phishing text message contains a link that goes to a fake Bank of America website that steals account credentials, personal, or financial information. Remember, the legitimate Nationwide website is located at www.nationwide.com.
The Bank of America Text Scams
Bank of America Fraud Dept: Did you make an scheduled Zelle Transfer For $2,500.00 Reply Yes or No. CA#345768/ To Opt Out Reply STOP
The fraudulent website asks visitors to enter their account credentials, personal and financial information, which will be used fraudulently by the scammers behind the scam.
If you have been tricked by the Bank of America scam text message into clicking the link in it and submitting your financial information on the fake website that you were taken to, please contact Bank of America for help.