Tuesday, August 28, 2007

EQ's BofA PSA

Thank god Bank Of America is protecting it’s customers accounts and sending out emails to remind them to update their online account information or face account ‘termination’. They even put a link in the email that will take you directly to the account update page so you don’t have to hunt for it on the B of A website. So thoughtful. I immediately put in my account information and updated it so online fraudsters can’t access my account and steal my money. I suggest you do the same when you receive an email like this! Don't let the typos and poor grammar scare you, they were in such a hurry to get this out to their customers they didn't pay attention to detail. The important thing is that you got the email and reply with the appropriate information in a timely manner before online scammers gain access to your account!! You'll get the last laugh!


2 comments:

Mark N. said...

I love updating my account recored.

the doc said...

Had similar e-mails from E-bay, according to the Subject lines...since I did not open them. They were shunted into the SPAM folder by gmail. Did the BOA notice make it past your SPAM filter?