Fifth Third Bank is, well, poorly served by Agari and Akamai. Seems to me, when you provide Web security for a major financial institution, you ought to provide them with protection from email spoofing. Well, not so with Fifth Third Bank, where anyone can send email messages purporting to be from addresses on its subdomains. Perhaps the bank didn't want Agari DMARK ENFORCEMENT services, because of a flaw in Agari's product that allows them access to the bank's emails? Whatever the case, Fifth Third Bank ought to reconsider their DMARK gatekeeper.