NEW YORK (OCN) — If you are a customer of Bank Of America, you need to watch out for the following email scam that is being sent from email@example.com.
If you look closely at the link in the email, it takes you to a page on www.molnarb.hu (which was created by Heidi Wiesenfelder, Ph.D) instead of a site that is owned by Bank Of America and the email address has an extra ‘r’ (Armerica instead of America) in the email address.
At this time, it is possible that Wiesenfelder web site may have been hijacked for the scam.
This email was sent automatically by Bank Of America Customer Center.
Please take a few moments to update your email address.
At Bank Of America we take customer security very seriously. Validation your email address is one more way that helps verify your identity.
This message may contain confidential information.
If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately and delete this email from your system.
Bank Of America Customer Service
How To Spot Email Scams:
Email scams tend to have typos.
Links and URL at times do not have a TLD of “.com” and will show as “.ru”, “.hu” “.info” for example.
If you received a similar email, you should forward the suspicious emails to Bank of America at firstname.lastname@example.org.