Spam attempts to scam Bank of America customers
The e-mail appears to come from the Bank of America customer support department, but there are several misspellings and grammatical errors that make it easy to identify the message as a fake. The message arrives from email@example.com with a subject line reading: "Security Server Update." The text of the message includes a graphic header taken from the bank's home page.
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