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Submission + - Bank of America won't stop sharing client data

MasterOfGoingFaster writes: For about two years, Bank of America has been mailing me bank statements that belong to someone else. I'm not a BoA customer. I've returned the statements, and they keep comming. The local branch says they can't do anything about it. The customer service line assured me they would stop it, but didn't. On a second call, they refused to let me talk to a manager and hung up on me. I filed a complaint with the Government (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency) and that appeared to get their attention. I was contacted by the BoA "Office of the CEO & President" and they assured me they found the issue and resolved it. Imagine my surprise when another statement arrived weeks later.

If this is happening to me, imagine how many other statements are being sent out. How do you trust a bank that can't even take care of such a minor case of data breach? What can I do to stop this?

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