When I tweeted about this, someone from BoA started quoting their script about phishing emails to me, no matter how much I pointed out it wasn't a phishing attempt, and they'd even written to Cloudflare in an attempt to get the pages deleted. Yet there we were, going round and round in circles in a seemingly neverending loop of them trying to warn me of phishing scams and by getting increasingly annoyed telling them it WASN'T a phishing email. Eventually I wrote to BoA with all the details and waited for a reply. Place your bets now on how quickly they replied. If you said "They never did" then you're right. Jump forward to yesterday. Lookie what I found in my inbox.
Domains General <firstname.lastname@example.org>
We represent Bank of America(BOA) and they have brought the following sites to our attention, which we believe to be Hosted by you:
The above URL is falsifying the identity of our client Bank of America(BOA) by using its name in the hosted webpage. This content is involved in financial scams via a post or ad in your platform. Our client Bank of America has identified this content and requested the immediate removal of the infringing content. We request the content be removed and unregistered at the earliest.
Trademark Name - Bank of America
Registration number - 2494690
Jurisdiction of trademark registration - United States
Main website - https://www.bankofamerica.com/
Please check and remove the offending post from your platform.
Further, I attached the screenshot of the offending content as the proof.
Thanks for your help.
Let's spell this out. The posts here are reports of emails received by scammers who are pretending to be BOA, and are made in the public's interest. It's the same all over the site. The names change, but the scams and the purpose of them being posted remain the same. They are not going to be removed, no matter how many times we receive emails like this. Got it?