ATM Withdrawal phishing.
This email is similar to another phishing email last week – a growing trend among hackers. This supposed email looks like an ATM transaction notice from "your bank", which is designed to look like an overdraft warning. Since the sender is NOT from Bank of America, this should go to the trash. Additionally, you will notice the link in the email does not take you to Bank of America's website!
Additionally, there was another very similar email. This appeared that you accepted the deposit, further playing on their previous email, to cause additional panic. This email also takes you to the same hacked "Bank of America" site, trying to gain your banking credentials. Again, this follows the same tells from the previous email. Delete on sight!
Please report any suspicious emails to firstname.lastname@example.org