904 thoughts on “Beware of the fake Unionbank website”

  1. That’s why we should always check the URL.. a single letter that’s gone missing or replaced could cost you more than what you think..

  2. It is common now, we are receiving an email containing website link. Sometimes the link is use for good purposes and other are use for hacking and phishing some of important information. To find out if those website is safe or not, we can easily identify it by looking and examining the website address. For a website is being secure for transaction they using a HTTPS instead of HTTP only. For more explanation you can read this How will I know if the website is secure or not for transactions?

  3. It is common now, we are receiving an email containing website link. Sometimes the link is use for good purposes and other are use for hacking and phishing some of important information. To find out if those website is safe or not, we can easily identify it by looking and examining the website address. For a website is being secure for transaction they using a HTTPS instead of HTTP only. For more explanation you can read this How will I know if the website is secure or not for transactions?

  4. Good for UnionBank. This is the only bank I know that charge for an inter-branch withdrawal, I ask the teller para san un 200 pesos, for over the counter fee daw. amf!!!

  5. If you receive an email from your bank (daw) or from Paypal (daw uli) that starts in “Dear Customer” and not mentioning your real or Full name, normally thats a phishing email…

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