A little sampling includes Fine Museum Arts, Shedd Aquarium, the international Center for Civil and Human Rights, the Denver Zoo, LACMA and the Miami Children’s Museum. We may delete comments that we deem to be off topic, including solicitations.
In identical case posts, we will leave the first submission and delete duplicates.
Please, to explore Facebook’s erms of Service.
Your own comment or post should be deleted, if you do involve personally identifiable information in the comment.
To protect your privacy and others privacy, please do not involve personally identifiable information similar to common Security numbers, account numbers, phone numbers or e mail addresses in any comment or post. Notice, you will opt out of online behavioral advertising, if you choose that we not use this information. Though, you may still get generic advertising, So if you opt out. These infomercials are depending on our own specific account relationships with us. So if you opt out of online behavioral advertising, you may still see infomercials when you sign in to your own account, for sake of example through Online Banking or MyMerrill. Now look, the customer might be offered other Bank of America channels to this kind of a communication from bank regarding a service request and similar need.
Bank of America has a presence in a variety of community media/common networking outlets and may occasionally identify and respond to customers seeking assistance with ‘banking related’ problems.
This app permits you to communicate privately with Bank of America on Facebook.
Access Frequently Asked Questions in the Facebook app, to study more. Please be aware that Bank of America will underin no circumstances request you for confidential or individual information on Facebook. These communications are usually not visible to anyone else on Facebook. Lots of information could be searched with success for online. You could be contacted offline and it will completely be in response to a question you have submitted to us, if we require special information.
Our Facebook page is moderated by Bank of America employees.
All comments and posts going to be reviewed to ensure that they comply with our policies. We reserve right to delete comments or posts that we deem were always abusive, inflammatory or otherwise inappropriate. We may delete comments or posts that we deem to be. That’s where it starts getting quite interesting. And also our employees, we expect conversations to stick with polite rules discourse and we ask that participants treat ourselves with respect. Now look. We may delete negative comments about Bank of America and also our competitors that aren’t relevant and don’t add to the overall experience, while we welcome reasonable critiques. This implies that comments must relate to pic that has been discussed within that wall post. For wholesome benefit discussion, we ask that comments remain on topic.
Our Facebook page has probably been community, that indicates that anyone may see our own posts on Facebook and your own posts may show up in searchengine results. We may occasionally remove posts that don’t fit our community guidelines, while we look for to foster proper discussion. You will contact a service specialist through the Get Help section of our Bank of America app on Facebook, that you will access here, I’d say in case you are a customer with a question about a Bank of America account. If you were usually a media member, please visit Journalist Resources page in America Bank newsroom for more information and press contacts. While indicating the relationship paid nature, those paid sponsors’ Facebook posts must contain the term Paid Sponsor. Some associated third party sites may contain content provided by paid sponsors of Bank of America, and such sponsors may disclose that relationship on their sites. We may occasionally post links to thirdparty sites when we think you’ll search for information helpful.
This was always the case. Bank of America is a huge corporation with a great deal of advertising relationships. We will do our better to identify and disclose any relationships that Bank of America may have with a site or company.