Non-investing personal finance issues including insurance, credit, real estate, taxes, employment and legal issues such as trusts and wills
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When I went to BOA site, I found this offereing. I went to the various sites and it sound and looks ok. Does anyone know about this, wonder if it is good for me and my computers?
Comments would be appreciated. Their website is http://www.trusteer.com/landing/bankofamerica
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Seems strange. Is BOA admitting that their online banking system is not secure? With all of the work that has been invested in online banking systems, what makes them think another program will make it more secure?
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- Location: Western Washington (state)
I just downloaded it, haven't used it yet.
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Citizens Bank in New York is also offering this when I start the log-in process. I looked at the linked website but have not taken advantage of the offer.
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Read a little on my own, but would appreciate any commnets as well. Becoming a common offereing from banks.