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Thursday, June 23, 2011
I get these dang things at the rate of two a day-up till now I had been simply deleting them, but decided to forward it to the proper address, FYI it is recommended you not open any "fishy" emails, and for SURE don't open any attachments! The proper addy to forward the email is: email@example.com
You will get an automated response to confirm reciept!(see below)
Thank you for contacting Bank of America to report a potentially fraudulent email commonly referred to as a "phishing" email. We take your security very seriously and will investigate this matter immediately. If our investigation determines that the email is fraudulent, we will take steps to have the site shut down.
For general account inquiries, or other fraud-related events that do not include fraudulent emails, please call the customer service number located on your account statement or refer to the Reporting Fraud section of www.bankofamerica.com/privacy.
Some things to keep in mind regarding fraudulent emails:
Unlike phishing emails, we will never ask you to verify personal information in response to an email
Most fake communications convey a sense of urgency by threatening discontinued service
Many fraudulent emails contain misspellings, incorrect grammar, and poor punctuation
Links within the fake email may appear valid, but deliver you to a fraudulent site
Phishing emails often use generic salutations like “Dear Customer,” or “Dear account holder” instead of your name
The address from which the email was sent is often not one from the company it claims to be
Keeping your financial information secure and confidential is something we take very seriously. For more information on how we protect your information, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/privacy.
Friday, June 10, 2011
...my reasoning behind this post is, after suffering from (damn near crippling) daily chronic joint and muscle pain for two years now, with the diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis,Polymyalgia and Fibromyalgia and popping NSAI...DS and muscle relaxers like tic tacs (as directed) ...today, i find out from the doc who took over the practice...I NEVER HAD A STITCH OF ARTHRITIS IN MY F'N BODY-EVER!!! Yep, the doc. lied to me, falsified the results...I can tell you he must have been getting financial kickbacks from the drug company! The world is ass-backwards, when the medical community obtains financial "rewards" for drugging people!! SO, back to square one, still in pain, no clue what is wrong...