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Bank of America Fraud

Bank of America Fraud can make you a victim of identity theft with the possibility of sensitive information going into the wrong hands. It could be your account accessing code, credit card or social security number, PINS or password. Thus it is very important to monitor consistently your credit report and verify your personal data kept in a government record in order to ensure that everything is going well. You should not reveal your PINS and passwords to anybody and never write the same on a piece of paper. Moreover, destroy your ATM and other bank receipts, expired credit cards, insurance forms and any other such documents.

You may have to suffer the consequences of a Bank of America fraud for quite a few months or even years if you fail to detect it the moment it occurs. So it is important to recognize an instance of identity theft as early as possible and report the same to the Bank of America Fraud Department. For example, if you do not receive a bill that you are expecting or get a credit card that you have never applied for or a bill on things you that you have not purchased, take the matter seriously. The possibility of a fraud cannot be ignored and you should go into the details to ensure everything is all right.

Make an in-depth inquiry to find out the truth and if required take the assistance of the police and the bank staff. In case of a fraud, get your credit cards immediately replaced and give an alert to all three credit reporting bureau. You must also report to the Consumer Response Center of Federal Trade Commission.

Bank of America Fraud Department

Bank of America Fraud Department is accessible through various means of communications, such as phone numbers, email, fax number and also through mailing address. You can report to this department for phishing email, stolen credit card, check card or ATM card or your suspicion about a fraud and get immediate follow-up actions. The department also helps you contact a credit card bureau for placing a fraud alert on your credit file. helps you get a quick access to the Bank of America Fraud Department through the contact details provided below.

Bank of America Fraud Department Phone Number

To report a fraud associated with online banking: 800.933.6262
To report a fraudulent activity other than online banking: 800.432.1000
To report a lost or stolen check card: 1.800.848.6090
For lost or stolen credit card contact: 1.800.732.9194
Contact customer service to make complaints about fraudulent use of your credit card number at 1.800.427.2449


Contact the Federal Trade Commission at the following address:
Federal Trade Commission
600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20580
Toll-free number: 1.877.FTC.HELP
TDD: 202.326.2502

The contact number of the three major credit bureau are:

Equifax: 1.800.525.6285
Trans Union: 1.800.680.7289
Experian: 1.888.397.3742

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