I received a call from this phone number with an automated message saying that a new card had been sent to me, my card was being canceled, and that I needed to activate the new card or contact BOA. I was travelling, and therefore had not received the new card, so I went to a BOA office. They confirmed that the call was from their fraud department via an automated outbound calling service, directed me to an email they had also sent twelve days earlier that I had not noticed, and both confirmed and demonstrated that the card was now canceled. While waiting to talk to someone at the bank I also found a number of other people who had received the same notification call, who had already talked to the people working at the bank, and who were going through the process of getting a new temporary card issued. Last, I also found references online to this specific number associated with BOA going back as far as 2006. This included a ZDNET article about how BOA has in the past turned this and other phone numbers related to customer service for their ATM cards on and off at times, which has in turn caused clients hassles. I believe it is a legitimate number BOA is as of February 20, 2015 using for outgoing automated notification calls. I infer that they might change that use at some future time.
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fraud and thief's!! Telling owed monies and wanting to take legal action!!! beware...getting your info off internet and trying to get monies from you...hope the law pays them a visit.....fakes need jail time!!!
Claims to be from Microsoft. States that they are going to help me stop malicious downloads that are occurring on my Windows computer. When I asked them how that can happen since I do not use Windows they hung up.
Got a call (my work phone) saying they received error messages sent by my computer.
total scam and possible identity thief
Debt relief scam