Aug 112009

I received this phishing e-mail which was so funny, I just had to share:

Dear Bank of America Account Holder,Due to multiple login attempt error while login in to your Bank of America Account , We have believed that someone other than you are trying to access your account.For security reasons,we have temporarily suspend your account and your access to login into your online banking Account. There by you are required to re-confirm your membership details.Confirm your Bank of America Account now to enjoy the benefits of online banking and finance and to avoid fraudulent activites on your account.To initiate the verification process: _bofacom If your membership details are not re-confirmed within 48 hours then your ability to access your account will become restricted.. Thank you. Sincerely, Bank of America Account Review Department. Bank of America, N.A. Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender © 2009 Bank of America Corporation. All rights reserved.

If you are going to try to scam people, you might try to find someone with a better grasp of the English language for starters.  And while I removed the actual link, the letters in blue are exactly the way I received the link.  Notice a problem?  If the sender was phishing for a laugh, mission accomplished!

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