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Text messages have become a, if not the, primary method of communication for many Americans — in fact, 97% of American adults text on a weekly basis, according to a study by Pew Research Center. And as people continue to rely more and more on their mobile devices to do everything from calling and texting to online banking and shopping — texting is now more popular than ever.
Texting started out as an easy way to chat with friends and family — but these days we get texts for all kinds of things, including special offers, alerts, shipment notifications, account verification codes and much more.
But as technology continues to make things more convenient, it’s also making people more vulnerable than they realize.
Beware of common bank text scam
For whatever reason, smartphones have caused people to let their guard down — and scammers are taking advantage of the fact that many people will open, and often respond to, just any text they receive on their phone
And the latest scam involves Bank of America customers receiving bogus SMS (text) and email messages that appear to be legitimate notifications from the bank.
According to reports, the message prompts the customer to call a specific phone number, visit a website/link or respond directly with personal information.
If you get any type of message like this, delete it immediately and call the bank directly.
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