Bank of America Prepaid Card Scam Alert Text Messages

Bank of America Prepaid Card Scam Alert Text Messages

The Bank of America Prepaid Card scam text messages below, which claim the recipients have a pending deposit on their accounts, are being sent by scammers. The aim of the scam is to trick recipients into clicking the link in the scam and fake Bank of America text that goes to phishing websites where visitors will be asked to login. But, if they attempt to do so, the phishing websites will steal account credentials, personal or financial information.

The Bank of America Prepaid Card Scam Texts

Bank of America Prepaid Card Scam Text

Bank of America EDD Alert: You have a pending deposit of $3,124.00 on your EDD Prepaid Debit Card. Please verify and reactivate your card with the link below to approve the deposit to your card.

Bank of America Prepaid Card Scam Text

From: +1 (619) 348-1622

EDD ALERT:You have a Pending $2,100 CA Deposit which is not yet Posted to your Bank of America EDD Prepaid Debit Card Due to the Restriction on your Card, Please reactivate your Unemployment EDD card with the following activation link to approve the deposit and continue using your card. https://eddfunds .com/activatevisaprepaidedd

If you were tricked into disclosing your banking account credentials or finanical information, please contact Bank of America using the telephone number on the back of your card for help.

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Bank of America Prepaid Card Scam Alert Text Messages