The Land Bank of the Philippines has warned its depositors against fraudsters misrepresenting its name.
Landbank told its clients to bw very cautious whem receiving emails or text messages that appear to be from the bank.
The scammers ask customers to update or provide personal information as well as
update their account details including their online banking passwords.
“If you received an SMS or e-mail from LANDBANK requesting you to reset your password with a link from a suspicious source — don’t click! This is an online scam,” the bank said.
Such attempts should be reported to Landbank’s 24/7 Customer Care Hotline at (02) 8-405-7000 or 1-800-10-405-7000 (PLDT Domestic Toll Free Number) or via
email at email@example.com.