[linux-elitists] Bank of America doesn't want our business?

Kevin A. Burton burton@openprivacy.org
Sun Nov 25 16:55:44 PST 2001


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Ben Woodard <ben@zork.net> writes:

> So what do you guys think of this should we make a stink about it?
> I go to pay my bills online today and BofA's online banking which I've
> been using successfully for literally years won't let me in:
> 
> > We have determined that you are using Netscape 6 as your
> > browser. Online Banking does not currently support this browser.

Yeah... Isn't this annoying!  What the hell!

BTW it works with Konqueror if you set the UserAgent to emulate IE.  :)

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