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Ian –

Victim Location 27704

Type of a scam Phishing

I received a text claiming that my bank of america account was in need of updating. I do not have a bank of america account, but if I did I know they would not ask me to update my info via text. I have 2 more images that I would like to share. The first is a screenshot of the website I was linked to in the text. And the second is a screenshot of the pngage I was automatically directed to after that. The link does not seem to be working anylonger, but they might have a new one. They asked for my Name, Full SS Number, card number, expiration date and cvv code.

Ana –

Victim Location 15009

Type of a scam Phishing

From: Bank of America

Sent: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 3:54 PM

To: xxxxxxxxxx

Subject: Alert: inquiry about transaction ref#39864329 03-21-17

Bank of America (R)

Bank of America (R)

email sent to : xxxxxxxxxxx

We are having trouble verifying your billing details stored under your profile. We have restrict your ability to use your card due to a missing billing information.

Please verify or update your billing information.

You also need to update any account alerts at bankofamerica.com, such as payment due date or low balance alerts

*Valid billing information must be received within 2 days.

Click on the button below to review your Bank of America customer profile

Update Billing Profile Now

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