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Bank of America Phishing Scam
SecurityOrb.com have reported a new phishing scam email in circulation. The
following message is a phishing scam attempt sent out to gain illegal
access to bank account information. Do not respond, or click the links
contained in the email, delete it immediately.
Bank of America Phishing Scam Email
From: Bank of America U.S. Online Treasury'08
Sent: Mon 2/4/2008 10:05 AM
To: Doe, John A.
Subject: Please Authorize Your BOA U.S. Commercial Account
Dear Bank of America Direct User:
Our records indicate that a new digital certificate has been issued to
your Bank of America Direct user ID.
The new certificate will be available for an installation period of 90
days, or until May 01, 2008 before expiration. If you choose not install
your digital certificate prior to the expiration date, then your access
to Bank of America Direct will remain interrupted.
Digital certificates are computer-based records issued to individual
user IDs that allow Bank of America Direct to validate your identity and
protect your information from unauthorized access. In order to access
Bank of America Direct, you must use a valid digital certificate.
To install your newly-granted digital certificate, please access the
Digital Certificate Pick-Up site at:
Bank of America Direct Technical Care Center