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Bank of America Imposter Reports & Reviews (18)

- Madison, OH, USA • Sep 21, 2023

Someone identifying as a rep from Bank of America called to ask if i was using my card to purchase $300 worth of Amazon items- i said no- so the person said they were denying the charges and referring me to Experian (or maybe it was equifax) - they transferred me to someone who identified as an agency rep, who proceeded to discuss my accounts, and telling me at my age i qualified for a debt relief program that would eliminate my debt. I tried not to discuss anything with this person but then he started giving me my own information- which gave me a false sense of security so i ended up saying way too much. This conversation ended with him transferring me to another person to get me set up with my Debt relief plan that supposedly would make me debt free, and the happiest person on earth- but i was super hesitant, late for a job i was supposed to do, couldn't get off the phone with this insistent person, and ended up losing my temper and hanging up. This morning I get another call from the Bank of America customer service number -matching the info on the back of my card- asking me what happened-she said she received a cease and desist letter for my Bank of America card. I told her all that had happened yesterday and she advised me to talk to the debt relief person today and proceed with the plan. THEN I called Bank of America myself, spoke to customer service and their fraud dept- and nobody knew anything about a cease and desist letter, or an attempted purchase on my card or anything. They advised me to not speak with anyone else further from this Debt relief company.

- Urbana, IL, USA • May 29, 2023

Stephen Delgado posed as an agent with Bank of America. Claimed to be a recovery agent. The profile is phony. He has taken the identity of a dead man.

Received a phone message saying that my bank card was stopped?, and for me to call this number to get it opened again. First of all, I do not have a bank account with Bank of America nor any bank!

Brian Thomas Moynihan email ME ,about a compensation, of $9,500,000.00USD said it would be applied to a credit card.I need to pay a courier $300 to process.I will receive card in 1-2 business days. To be able to withdraw the first $5000.00 He claims to be a CEO at Bank of America Headquarters.

ON 08/11/2022 Brian Thomas Moynihan emailed me . Emailed stated I was compensated $9,500,000.00USD . Funds would be creditrd to a Visa card. To receive funds I must pay a courier of my choice $300.00 or purchase @ $300.00 single ITune card. Is this a scam/fraud?

I received a text message from +1 (571) 774-2406. (B.O.A-Update.) Your email and phone number change request is processed. If you did not request this, connect instantly on (877) 701 1596

This is the whole text message. I did not press the underlined number to be connected with them as nothing added up and appeared to be a scam when I checked the number on google.

WARNING- IDENTITY THEFT: TEXT message said: "BOA Alert" "Your incoming payments were on hold due to unusual activity on your acc. Verify your identity on:"

((FROM 346-520-2744))



It was a realistic looking banking website asking for a 5 or so stage identification verification including uploading photo ID of passport, driver license, etc.

It had some of my information already.

Looked legit.

Didn't give them what they wanted and called my bank who said it's fraud and my account was fine.

Had to open all new accounts. Cancel old ones.

Bank said they'll NEVER text like that.

ALWAYS call number on back of your card FIRST.

Hope they're prosecuted before anyone gets scammed.

- Wichita Falls, TX, USA

I got a call from a guy saying that there was a problem with my account with Bank of America. He was asking for my social security number.

- Waipahu, HI, USA

Received text saying that Bank of America credit cards were approved. I called the number listed and the automated message asked for full social security number.

- Kaneohe, HI, USA

An automated message indicating that my record of paying on time, has earned me a zero percent interest rate. All I need to do is click on 1 to put me through to an operator. I hung up and called Bank of America to confirm that they hadn't contacted me.

- Nampa, ID, USA

BOA Online Banking email looks official. Did not respond to any links so I have no other experience.

- Bronx, NY, USA

A person calls and tells you may qualify for a reduced interest rate on your bank card and asks for your bank card information. When asked, the person wouldn't provide me his employer's phone number or the name of his employer.

- Buffalo, NY, USA

The scam includes a link to a website that purports itself to be with BoA. It is clearly a scam & an attempt to phish out naive people's banking information. Knowing how to protect myself I clicked the link in an incognito browser with ALL permissions/scripts disabled to verify for myself that this was in fact a scam. It definitely is. Haha. People beware!

This is the second time that I receive this letter from "Bank of America". I called the number that they provide and then they start asking me all my private information, like my four numbers of my Social S, birth day, full name, etc. it was weird to me because they were offering to "refinance my mortgage" but i don't have any house. then I stop giving all my info, they want to know my complete social and credit card number. but I said no. then I hung up the phone and called the Bank and they said that this mail is probably a Scam. so a warn any body if you receive anything like that. just be carefull.

BOA: Your Bank Card is restricted. To prevent unauthorized transactions, follow now to take necessary steps to protect your account!

I don't have a BOA account

I was called from 972-863-0989. Caller said he was from Bank of America and publisher's clearinghouse had deposited my winnings of $15.1M into a trust fund. Said we'd have to pay 1% ($15,100) to collect the winnings. Gave a phone number of 800-922-8510 to call and verify that he was from Bank of America and also gave a me bank account number. When the number was called it was answered as Bank of America, gave them the account number which verified the amount in the account of $15.1M and then the original caller came on the line.

Caller requested a callback when we got the money together and to tell us how to send it to the IRS. Also requested my social security number, which I received to provide. Caller did have the last 4 digits of my SS#.

Received email that appears to have come from Bank of America. It reads:

Online Banking Alert

to Online Banking Locked

Due to unsual number of invalid login attempts on your account, we have reason to believe there might be security breach on your account. Your account requires extra verification process to ensure your identity and your account security. To continue to the verification process and ensure your account security,

click here to start the confirmation process.

- Schenectady, NY, USA

I received a text message today Jan.12th. from [email protected]. It said your Ban k of Amr rica accnt Requires You Urgent Attention. Please Contact HelpDesk @ 339 793-2436) This is exactly how it was on my phone. I do not have any account with Bank Of America. The time of the text was 1:18pm

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