By John Adams

Proving that no good deed goes unpunished, Bank of America was victimized by an imposter during the bank’s first month on Twitter. BofA initially signed onto Twitter as an additional channel to field customer queries, which are then continued in a private venue. But electronic fraud knows no bounds, and an imposter set up a Twitter account called Bofabanker on Feb 24, with the following profile: “I work for the bank you love to hate.”

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