Twitter is known for short-lived phenomena, and here's another one: a parody account for JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon only lasted about 24 hours before being suspended.
The account popped up Wednesday afternoon under the Twitter handle @JPMorganCEO.
"We are excited to announce that our CEO Jamie Dimon has joined Twitter. This account is managed by the Global Media Relations Department," the first tweet said.
Another tweet from the account a few minutes later read, "My name is Jose and I work here in Global Relations. I made this account for Jamie, he will be using it today."
The account followed a number of media professionals and generated buzz and criticism in its initial hours. It used a photo of Dimon from his congressional testimony in 2012 over the bank's $2 billion trading loss that spring.