MANILA – BDO Unibank on Tuesday warned consumers of a new phishing scheme that no longer requires users to input information.
The phishing or data theft link is hidden in the email photo attachment's "Verify Now" button, BDO said. It posted a copy of the email on its official Facebook page.
The country's largest bank said such emails should be immediately reported to email@example.com. Users were also advised to delete such emails from their accounts.
BDO said it would never ask for any sensitive information such as OTP, PIN, CVC or passwords of its clients.