Note that the link is NOT to a legitimate Bank of America site. The scammer hopes you won’t notice all the stuff he’s added to the URL in the text message: wwv.bankofamerica.com.53.bvg530.com. We have discovered that this link has been used in other SMiShing attacks that try to lure Bank of America customers to click a malicious link.
If you are having a problem with your UD Pro card, contact UD Procurement Services. Do NOT respond to text messages like the one shown here. Just delete it.
(Note: In the news media, this is referred to as a SMiShing attack — a phishing attack that is trying to trick you into surrendering credentials — except that it’s delivered via SMS text message not via email.)