Oct 2, 2007

An email from US army, this is weird

I've received an email from admin@army.mil this morning informing that my credit card has expired!. I know it's probably junk mail but with US army's recent history in the region, I must say, I feel uncomfortable receiving anything from them, even receiving junk mail. Here's the message:
from BoaMilitary hide details Oct 1 (1 day ago)
date Oct 1, 2007 7:29 AM
subject BankOfAmerica Military Notification

Dear BankOfAmerica Military VISA card holder, this is an automated message to inform you that your Credit Card has been disabled.

In order to re-activate your account please call free 800-903-0794 .

Please notice that your credit card is now disabled and you will not be able to use it in any financial transactions.

BankOfAmerica Military
Secured Message.


patnelaine said...

That's simple. mLog out of your browser. Log back into your browser then log into bankofamerica/military using your username and password. See how your account is. never NEVER use the login in an email to go to any financial institution. and ABSOUTLY NEVER GIVE PERSONAL INFORMATION TO ANYONE YOU DO NOT KNOW.

peter said...

Hi Nice Blog. An ETA is equivalent to a visa, but there is no stamp or label in your passport and there is no need for you to visit an egphtian diplomatic office to submit an application. Egypt visa. Let me know !!!!!!!!!