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by Peter on May 27, 2010

I’ve been getting as I am sure everyone else phishing emails warning me of coming doom, financial opportunity, or verify for your own protection emails. So always remember that if you question the validity of it….DELETE IT!!! Here’s one:

For Further Details

Investor Relations page

Press Releases

An Important Message To Bank of America Customers

Dear Bank of America customer

We want to assure you that your accounts and your assets are
safe with us, and that we put the utmost value on our
relationship with you.

As part of our efforts to meet the
requirements of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination
Council (FFIEC), we now ask all Bank of America users to verify
their account information. It’s a smart and simple way to add an
additional level of protection to your account.

Here’s How it works :

Click here to securely log on.

Complete our quick and simple form.

Continue with your account session.

We may periodically ask you to provide information in Bank of
America online as a quick identity check. That way, when you
drop in to do business, we’ll know it’s you.

Thank you for your continued patronage.

Jarrett Lilien, President, COO and Director,

© 2010 Bank of America Corporation.

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