Bank of America falls prey to Google+ "brandjacking"

11/15/2011 | Talking Points Memo

Bank of America's Google+ page appears to have been set up by an impostor, and is being used to satirize the bank's activities, mock its leadership and post unattractive photos of senior bank officials. The page has been active since Nov. 8, when Google opened the door to brands. "You will sit down and shut up, or we will foreclose on you," one post reads.

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