Someone with a grudge against Bank of America creates fake website

    A guy name Frank Hephendirk apparently has a bone to pick with Bank of America.

    The website, yourbofa.com, is registered to him, and it’s been flagged after someone posted a note from Bank of American CEO Brian Moynihan.
    The message was fake of course, a there’s no clear motive and Hephendirk’s identity is uncertain. The letter read in part:

    “Today, it’s time to acklowledge (sic) that our Bank isn’t working anymore — not just for the market, but for people, our real customers. . . Finally, we’ve found ourselves front-and-center in the national foreclosure crisis, and deep in unpopular investments like coal, at a time when climate change is a growing concern.”

    The bank is investigating, and now a visit to yourbofa.com yields an angry, red warning that the site is linked to a phishing scam.

    Time for some disgruntled Bank of America (former?) customer to ‘fess up.

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