A trust for credit card bonds sold by Bank of America Corp. began diverting cash to a reserve account after the cushion that protects the securities from losses fell below a minimum requirement.

The so-called excess spread for Bank of America bonds backed by credit card payments fell to a three-month average of 4.48% in November, below the 4.5% minimum threshold required by the trust, according to documents connected with the bond sales.

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