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If you receive an email that appears to be from Bank of America but you suspect may be fraudulent, forward it to us immediately at email@example.com.
Thank you for bringing this suspicious email to our attention. Bank of America takes any attempts to fraudulently use our brand or impersonate a bank representative very seriously. Our team reviews all submissions; we will only reply to your message if we require additional information.
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One of the ways criminals try to trick people into providing personal account information for identity theft purposes is to send email that appears to have been sent by Bank of America, but has actually been sent by the criminal.
The phony email asks you to go to a website that looks like a Bank of America site, but is actually a site the criminal has set up asking you to provide your personal account information. Sometimes the email may ask you to call a phone number and provide account information.
Here are some ways you can protect yourself against phishing and spoofing:
To help ensure you're on the real Bank of America site before you sign in, check your browser bar.
If you receive a suspicious email, do not click on any links or reply to it. Forward it to us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org then delete it.