Posted by admin | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 29-01-2011
I received this email, it looks correct …… however it isn’t! take a peek.
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2011 17:26:19 +0100 Message-Id:
(there was a bank of america logo in here)
Security Precaution, For optimal viewing of the Bank Of America Web site, we recommend that you enable CSS. For your security, we have temporarily prevented access to your account. Bank Of America safeguards your account when there is a possibility that someone other than you is signing on. You may be getting this message because you are signing on from a different location or device. If this is the case, your access may be restored when you return to your normal sign on method.
For immediate access, please Sign on to verify your identity: Sign On
When you click on “sign on” this is where you go!
(this is not bank of america)
Bank Of America helps you to plan your financial future.Thank you for helping us protect your account
Security AdvisorNo virus found in this incoming message.
Checked by AVG – www.avg.com
Version: 9.0.872 / Virus Database: 271.1.1/3410 – Release Date: 01/29/11 00:37:00
This is the what the email address looked like:
Bank Of America [firstname.lastname@example.org]
It really looks correct but it isn’t…. don’t be fooled check out the links in the email see what address they go to. Just thought I would share and remind people to make sure when you send your information you know where it is going to.
The funny thing is I don’t have a bank of america account… so that doesn’t even stop them from sending fake emails.
480-655-0904 or email me at email@example.com