March 13, 2011 / 9:55 PM / 7 years ago

Hacker group plans BofA e-mail release Monday

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (Reuters) - Anonymous, a hacker group sympathetic to WikiLeaks, plans to release e-mails obtained from Bank of America Corp early Monday morning, according to posts on the group’s Twitter feed.

<p>Customers use ATM machines inside of a Bank of America branch in Times Square in New York March 8, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson</p>

The group, unrelated to the document leak website founded by Julian Assange, said it plans to release documents exposing “corruption and fraud” at the largest U.S. bank by assets.

A Bank of America spokesman was not immediately available for comment.

Reporting by Joe Rauch; editing by Gunna Dickson

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