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This number belongs to a division of Bank of America, NA:

Bank of America Corporate Center
100 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, North Carolina 28255

They are the "Fraud Division" of the institution.

They also use the following toll free numbers:

866-242-6289
877-833-5617
888-773-0141

To avoid the automated system simply depress the "#" key when the computer starts giving its speech.

You can also call Bank of America at one of the following numbers to verify this information and have them transfer you to the Fraud Division.


Contact us.
Have a question? It's easy to reach us.


E-mail

Send a secure e-mail using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to Bank of America.

If you are requesting a change to your account, please call the phone number listed below.
Phone

To open a new account, please call:

1.800.900.9000
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Eastern Time, Monday - Friday

For assistance with your account:

24-hour touch-tone banking information is available 7 days a week. Representatives are available from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., 7 days a week at the numbers listed below for each state.

State Telephone Banking Spanish Telephone Banking For Speech or Hearing Impaired TDD Required
California 1.800.622.8731 1.800.622.8731, #: 3 1.800.551.4453
Idaho 1.800.442.6680 1.800.442.6680 1.800.232.6299
Washington 1.800.442.6680 1.800.442.6680
Seattle 1.206.461.0800 1.206.358.6299
All Other States 1.800.432.1000 1.800.688.6086 1.800.288.4408
Sms
 Sep 02nd, 2010
Since no one seems to be sure who is who on these sites, in the interest of the common good I am posting the following information. I have verified it, and urge you to do so yourself. As it is here all in one place, it should be ease to do by simply clicking on the links, or dialing the numbers yourself. Hope this helps ALL of us...


URL for Bank of America
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www.bankofamerica.com


Customer Service Para Espanol
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1-800-432-1000 1-800-688-6086


TTY (Teletext for those with hearing difficulties)
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1-800-288-4408


From outside the US call collect at
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315-724-4022


The following additional information was copied verbatim from BOA's web site, at the URL listed directly below:

https://www.bankofamerica.com/privacy/Control.do?body=privacysecur_unauthorised_acc_use#email


Your Bank of America accounts
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If you suspect that you're the victim of fraud, you should report it immediately using the following guidelines.


Report phishing email
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To report a suspicious email that uses Bank of America's name, forward it to us immediately at abuse@bankofamerica.com. (If you have general questions about the bank or your accounts, please go to Contact Us.)
Learn more about online fraud and email fraud.
See an example of a fraudulent email


Suspect you are a victim of fraud?
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Report fraudulent activity not associated with Online Banking:

CA: 800.622.8731
ID, WA: 800.442.6680
All others states: 800.432.1000
Report fraudulent activity within Online Banking:

CA: 800.792.0808
ID, WA: 866.399.0122
All other states: 800.933.6262
Or contact your nearest banking center .


Lost or stolen ATM card or Check Card
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Report your lost or stolen ATM card or Check Card immediately.
In California, call 1.800.622.8731
In Idaho and Washington, call 1.800.442.6680
For all other states, call 1.800.432.1000
In addition, if your card is lost or stolen, our Total Security Protection Zero Liability guarantee reimburses you for any unauthorized card transactions up to the amount of the loss, when reported within 60 days from statement date.


Lost or stolen credit card
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Report your lost or stolen credit card immediately.
Within the continental United States, call us at 1.800.848.6090.
From outside the United States, call us collect at 1.757.677.4701.
We'll cancel your card and issue a replacement immediately. You won't be liable for any unauthorized purchases or withdrawals from your account when you notify us promptly.
In addition, if your card is lost or stolen, our Total Security Protection Zero Liability guarantee reimburses you for any unauthorized card transactions up to the amount of the loss, when reported within 60 days from statement date.


Lost or stolen checkbook
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Report your lost or stolen checkbook immediately.
In California, call 1.800.622.8731.
In Idaho and Washington, call 1.800.442.6680.
For all other states, call 1.800.432.1000.
If possible, provide the check number for the last check that was written, or the name of the person or business to whom it was written. (Digital copies of your checks can be found through Online Banking.)


Alert a credit bureau with your concerns
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If you suspect you might be a victim of identity theft, contact the three major credit bureaus listed below to place a fraud alert on your credit file. You also can order a credit report to identify any unauthorized activity.

Equifax 1.800.525.6285
Experian 1.888.397.3742
Trans Union 1.800.680.7289


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Poor Richard
 May 04th, 2009
Phishing Call came in at 8:07pm this evening from a number listed as:
(514)940-3507
Googled the number like everyone else here to learn any helpful information about these Potential Phishers. Logged on to:
https://www.bankofamerica.com/index.jsp?page_msg=mbna
Clicked on the "Report Suspicious email" link under the "Privacy & Security" section.
Emailed Bank of America at: abuse@bankofamerica.com
Explained the phone call and gave the (514)940-3507 phone number so as the Customer Representative at Bank of America informed me that indeed it was not them who were calling from that number. The CSRep notified me that "IF" Bank of America ever does attempt to call their customer's they add a notation for verification on the account so that it can be validated by customers with similar concerns.

To report a suspicious email that uses Bank of America's name, forward it to us immediately at abuse@bankofamerica.com.
Suspect you are a victim of fraud?
Report fraudulent activity not associated with Online Banking:
CA: 800-678-1433
ID, WA: 800.442.6680
All others states: 800-432-1000
Report fraudulent activity within Online Banking:
CA: 800-678-1433
ID, WA: 800-442-6680
All other states: 800-933-6262
**We also filed a formal complaint and recieved an immediate Case number with the Federal Trade Commission at: http://www.ftc.gov/ftc/contact.shtm
Hope this helps you all too, Be Careful and let's get these guys!!!
STOP PHISHERS
 Jan 12th, 2008

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