Bank of America: URGENT ALERT

From: “Ernie Lam”
Subject: Bank of America: URGENT ALERT


To: Dear customer
Date: 12/14/2011

The recent ALERTS for your account are now available to download online.

Please follow the link to see URGENT ALERT message:
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Set up Alerts to be notified 5 days before your payment is due to help avoid late payments. Sign in to Online Banking and select the Alerts tab to activate the Credit Card Payment Due Alert.

Want to confirm this email is from Bank of America? Sign in to Online Banking and go to Alerts. The Alerts History lists the Alerts sent to you in the past 60 days.

Ernie Lam


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DO NOT respond to this e-mail. It's a scam! Perverts! Hang em all by the balls including Bank of Amerika! Hail to the NEW WORLD ORDER or go hungry in Turkey.


Bank of America Email, 8th Floor-NC1-002-08-25, 101 South Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28255-0001. The person sent this email can access my B of A online banking.


I just received two similar emails that had links that I clicked on (didn't get to a visible page). Should I be concerned? What action should I take to ensure nothing harmful was done to my computer or personal information.


Yep, got this one a few minutes ago, I don't live in America nor have an account with any American bank, so this obviously scam