How to Stop Bank of America Spam Email

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How to Report Bank of America Spam Email Quickly

Bank of America may be your first choice when it comes to financial services one such institution offers. Unfortunately, Bank of America has been widely talked about because of their concerning email scams. If you’re not careful, you may be deceived by an email address that looks legitimate but is fake. If you have received any spam emails from Bank of America, here’s how to deal with them.

How to Report Fraud Email to Bank of America

Phishing or spam emails come in various forms but have many things in common. Most of these spam emails’ goal is to get access to your personal information.

If you received an unsolicited email that looks like Bank of America sent it, there are two ways you can report it manually:

  • By forwarding the spam email to the Bank
  • By calling the Bank on the phone

Report Phishing Email to Bank of America by Forwarding the Message

Bank of America advises its customers to report a bogus email by forwarding it to a specific email address. Here’s how:

  1. Open the email you suspect is spam
  2. Find the Forward option depending on the email service you use
  3. Forward the email to

The Bank will then investigate this email but won’t contact you in turn. The best you can do in this situation is to ignore or delete the spam email, but not before you forward it to the Bank. In some instances, the Bank may contact you if they need more information from you.

When a particular situation escalates, it may not be a bad idea to consider getting a spam email revenge.

Report Bank of America Phishing Email by Phone

The second way to report a suspicious email on your own is by calling Bank of America. Follow the steps below to do that:

  1. Dial +1 (800) 432-1000
  2. Wait until you reach the Bank’s representative
  3. Explain your issue
  4. Check with the Bank if the email is spam

The Bank will probably ask you to forward the spam email anyway. Note that the company urges its users to use this method of reporting phishing only if the danger is immediate, such as when:

  • You have already fallen victim and gave out your information
  • The scammers called you on the phone or left a voice message
  • You received a bogus text message on your phone

Report Spam Email to Bank of America With DoNotPay

Reporting spam mail manually is not your only option. With the help of DoNotPay, you can report unsolicited emails and get compensation! All you need to do is take the following steps:

  1. Access your DoNotPay account from any
  2. Enter the Spam Collector option
  3. Provide your email address to connect it to DoNotPay
  4. Forward your Bank of America spam email to

And that’s it! You don’t have to wait out the long phone queues when contacting the Bank itself. Check your DoNotPay dashboard for any flags that might appear in the Class Action section.

With DoNotPay, you can also unsubscribe from emails for good with only a few clicks on your desktop or phone.

If you are a devoted Bank of America user, the chances are you have tried out many of their services. If you’re not satisfied with their Privacy Assist subscription, you can easily cancel Bank of America Privacy Assist with DoNotPay.

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Bank of America Spam Mail Tips and Tricks

Some junk mail patterns help differentiate a bogus email from a true one. Let’s take a look at some clues that suggest the email you received is spam to recognize it better the next time you receive one:

  • The email address doesn’t contain a legitimate domain of the company
  • Spelling and grammar are often poor
  • The message is warning you of sudden policy changes and urging you to respond with your account information right away
  • The content of the email is generally of urgent nature
  • There is at least one link the sender is imploring you to open

Note that one of the Bank of America policies is that they never ask their clients to give out their account or personal data through email. If any such information is required of you through an email, text message, or phone call, know that it is fraudulent spam for certain.

Being a user of Bank of America, you are sure to know of the different credit card options they have. If you are in doubt when it comes to the Bank’s Virtual Credit Card, check if it’s the right option for you.

Regarding spam, if you are more prone to using your smartphone than desktop, see how to block spam email on Android.

Exercise Caution Before You Get a Bogus Email

Besides learning the forms and types of spam mail, there are some practical steps you can take to prevent the theft of your bank account data and unauthorized access to your computer system.

Here are some tips on how to exercise caution:

  • Learn how to stop spam emails
  • Install a quality anti-malware program
  • Check the link you got in the spam email by placing your cursor over it
  • Keep your physical documents at home unless it’s necessary to have them on you
  • Check out all you need to know about reporting email abuse

In some situations, particular companies are persistent with spam emails. These don’t have to be dangerous by default, though many of them are super annoying. If you have a similar problem, you may want to see how to stop receiving emails of that nature.

DoNotPay Can Also Rid You of Postal Junk Mail

A particular feature of DoNotPay, called DoNotMail, is here to fight junk mail you receive at your physical address too. It is annoying to have your email inbox packed with never-ending ads and junk mail, but it is even more infuriating when such content arrives by postal mail as well.

The next time you are roused from whatever you were doing at the moment to pick up the mail you never asked for or needed, all you need to do is take a photo of it.

When you send your picture to DoNotPay, we will unsubscribe you from the sender immediately. This way, the company will be blocked from targeting you for good, and you’ll have a clear mailbox.

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