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Safety tips against Smishing (SMS Phishing)

Have you heard of smishing or SMS phishing?

These are deceptive text messages sent by fraudsters to steal your personal or financial information. The messages may look like they’re from a bank, credit card company, social networking site, online payment, website app or online store. Protect your identity and savings.

Here are some steps you can take to keep those “smishers” at bay. For more security tips, visit www.ucpb.com/protect.

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Customer Advisories

Local Holidays

Please be advised of the following local holidays and the UCPB branches that will be closed:

Thursday, July 16, 2020 – Ozamiz branch (Ozamiz City Charter Day – Proclamation No. 6743)
Wednesday, July 22, 2020 – Tagbilaran branch (Bohol Day – Republic Act No. 7683)

Our ATMs and electronic banking facilities are available even during holidays. Thank you. Read more.

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