They are BOA. I received a new card the day before the call.
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Rec'd call and immediately hung up and called BOA directly. They did confirm that my debit card was a part of the Home Depot security breach. She was able to provide which card would be replaced and when it was sent. It is not a scam but always call the ORIGINAL company that it is referencing for your own peace of mind because next week it could be fake.
Automated voice identified itself as calling on behalf of Bank of America. Stated I needed to call the phone number provided on the front of the replacement debit card I had received in the mail due to fraudulent activity on my account. I WAS notified via e-mail recently that a replacement debit card was being mailed. I DID receive the replacement card a few days later. It DOES have a sticker with an activation number. I had not activated it yet but should soon. The message left today seemed to coincide with all of these events. I think it is legitimate.
Hey go to bank of america web-site and you will see that this number is listed there for international. It is not a scam!
Don't fall for this. I called the back and they confirmed there was no issue with my card. I don't trust those who say it is real. They are probably part of the scam.