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IMPORTANT ADVISORY TO CLIENTS

Please be advised that email messages claiming to be official communications from the Development Bank of the Philippines may be sent to you from fraudulent email addresses such as customerservicedbp.ph@gmail.com.

If you receive suspicious messages from doubtful email addresses or sources, kindly report this to the DBP Customer Experience Management Department at customerservice@dbp.ph.

For further verification, you may also visit the nearest DBP Branch in your area.

Please click on this link for tips on how to detect and avoid phishing emails.


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When website visitor clicks on link, this is what they read:

Phishing is a type of online scam where unscrupulous individuals send an email that appears to be from a legitimate company asking you to provide sensitive information. This is usually done by including a link that will supposedly take you to the company’s website where you are asked to fill in your personal information. However, this website is a clever fake, and the information you provide goes straight to the unscrupulous individuals behind this scam.

Phishing emails always attempt to create a sense of urgency, a technique to rush the recipient to making a mistake.

Here are some things to remember to avoid becoming a phishing victim:

  1. Check the email address where the email came from. Legitimate businesses are very unlikely to use email addresses with @yahoo.com or @gmail.com.
  2. Salutation should never be generic, i.e. "Dear Customer."
  3. Check for grammar or spelling mistakes.
  4. Be careful with links. Never click on such links.
  5. Be suspicious of attachments. Only click on those you are expecting.
  6. Never divulge personal information. Legitimate organizations will never ask for personal information via email.

 


 

 
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