Bank of America Text Message Scam

card Bank of America Text Message Scam

It appears scammers are sending fraudulent Bank of America text messages from Therefore, recipients of messages from are asked to be vigilant, because the domain name or website address is not owned by Bank of America.

A Whois lookup of does not show any association with Bank of America. If you have received a text from, instead of following the instructions in it, contact Bank of America directly to verify.

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