Beware of BPI credit card phishing sites
A reader has sent us a message, informing us that he has received an email from BPI but apparently turns out to be illegitimate.
We’ve previously written about this same incident before wherein DOH’s website was used to phished BPI cardholders by redirecting them to a part of DOH website and requiring them to put in sensitive information including credit card numbers and the three-digit CVV at the back.
So fellow readers, if you also received an email like this one, it’s a trap. Don’t click it. Just promptly send the email to BPI’s email account ([email protected]) so they can look into it.
Thanks to Bino Baustista for the tip!
P.S. BPI has an information drive to warn the public of such malicious intent. You can read more about it here.