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1 New Message(s) From Bank Of America
Customer Service: SiteKey Confirmation

(c) Bank of America


Scam Report
Date Reported: 6th February 2010 Whats this? Risk Level: MEDIUM Whats this?
Email Subject:
 1 New Message(s) From Bank Of America Customer Service: SiteKey Confirmation
Apparent Sender:
 (c) Bank of America  Whats this?
Return Address: Whats this?
Email Format:  HTML Whats this?
URL of Web Content:
  Whats this?
Anchor text of URLs:
 1) Sign In, 2) Personal and Business
Account, 3) confirm SiteKey Now, 4)
Sign In, 5) Equal Housing Lender Whats this?
 Location not available Whats this?
Scam number:
  • Email asks you to confirm/update/verify your account data at (c) Bank of America by visiting the given link. You will be taken to a spoof website where your details will be captured for the phishers.

  • (c) Bank of America never send their users emails requesting personal details in this way.

  • The spoof website this email links to was not online at time of this report, but variations of the scam which link to working websites are bound to exist, so be wary! The website may have been taken down or disabled by the hosts, but quite often these websites are hosted on the personal computer of the phishers, so may only be online at certain times.


Always look for your
SiteKey before you
Sign In


Due to upsurge in spam attempts on our
customers and subsequent upgrade of all
online accounts, it is of utmost
necessity for all Bank of America customers
both holders to confirm their sitekey.

Please click on cONFIRM SITEKEY NOW and
reconfirm your complete account details. This
completes the verification
process and ensures that you have a safe and
uninterrupted online usa...

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