Phishers, Just get better.

In the inbox today.  Notice the use of BOA actual images.  FireFox and IE did recognize this as a phishing site.  It might be good for email to start checking links against known Phishers.  It never hurts to be more preemptive.

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As part of our efforts to meet the requirements of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), we now ask all Online Banking users to verify their account information. It's a smart and simple way to add an additional level of protection to your account.

Here's how it works:

1. Click here to sign on and provide us with the required information.
2. Complete our quick and simple form.
3. Continue with your Online Banking session.

We may periodically ask you to provide information in Online Banking as a quick identity check. That way, when you drop in to do business, we'll know it's you.

If you choose not to verify your account today, you will have only 3 more chances to do so before it's required to access your account online
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