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BDO alerts clients vs phishing e-mails with ‘verify now’ link

By: - Reporter / @CMarquezINQ
/ 08:43 PM October 30, 2018
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Beware of phishing e-mails with a “verify now” link, Banco De Oro (BDO) Unibank warned its clients on Tuesday.


In a Facebook post, BDO alerted its clients against a fake e-mail and advised them not to click the “verify now” link which could “activate malware and give fraudsters direct access to personal data.” 

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https://www.facebook.com/BDOUnibank/photos/a.1545223422360487/2182894875260002/?type=3&theater

It then instructed its clients to forward the fake e-mail to [email protected] and immediately delete the e-mail.

It also urged its clients to report about the fake e-mail by posting it on their personal Facebook accounts, or commenting on or messaging the BDO Facebook page about it with hashtag #BDOAntiFraud.

BDO reiterated it would never ask its clients’ for their one-time password (OTP), personal identification number (PIN), or password. /kga

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