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BDO Supports MSMEs

The Micro, small scale, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are the most challenging hit sector during the pandemic, even if they account for more than 90% of enterprises. They are the backbone of the economy, as MSMEs employ more than 5.3M of our fellow Filipinos.  Governor Benjamin Diokno of the (BSP) Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has stressed the urgency to help Micro Small Medium Enterprises to help sustain their businesses to continue to provide the best essential products and essential services to people each day.  THE OPPORTUNITY Small business owners can now sustain their business operations through the Kabuhayan Loan of BDO Network Bank (BDONB). The MSMEs operating for three years are now qualified to apply for a loan amounting between PHP 30,000 to PHP1 million. They can purchase the needed equipment, buy the required equipment or assets, increase their inventory of stocks, and expand their business in other locations.  A micro-enterprise owner Ernesto Abad, from Los BaƱos, Laguna

BDO reminds clients to download its mobile apps only from official app stores

The Internet has now become the breeding ground for scammers. In order for us not to fall victim, we must be smart enough to know which is legit source or not. We need to be vigilant in giving out details especially when it contains sensitive information and in this case our hard earned money.


BDO Unibank has received reports that certain websites are offering its mobile apps for download. For its clients’ safety and security, the bank urges them to only download its apps—namely, BDO Digital Banking, BDO Pay, BDO Deals, BDO Securities Mobile App, BDO Checkout, BDO Merchant, and BDO Unibank SG—for free from official app store platforms:



Mobile apps downloaded from unofficial app stores and other websites may be outdated, preventing users from using the app’s complete features and full capacity. Worse, mobile apps from these sites may contain malicious software or malware.


Malware creeps into mobile devices to harvest saved confidential information, such as online banking username and password, debit or credit card information, and other personal data.  Scammers, through this malware, use collected information to steal their victims’ identity, online bank account access, and money.


BDO reiterates the importance of downloading its mobile apps only from official app stores to avoid getting scammed. For those who are unable to download these apps, the bank encourages them to use the web versions instead for their online banking transactions.


Clients can report suspicious incidents to ReportPhish@bdo.com.ph or get in touch with the bank’s representatives by logging in Messenger and looking for BDO Customer Care with the blue verified checkmark from Facebook. Clients may also call its hotline at 8631-8000 or email at BDO at customercare@bdo.com.ph.


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  1. This is such a public awareness. We should consider this

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  2. Thanks for this Ma kailangan talaga natin maging mapanuri lalo na pag pera ang usapan kasi mahirap kitain yon at baka mapunta lang sa mga scammers. Maging maingat at doble check lagi before giving the important details.

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  3. Kaya maging vigilant po tayo lalo na sa ating mga banking apps dahil daming manloloko na po talaga sa online.

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  4. Dapat talaga sa trusted apps lang mag download ng BDO para sure na protected ung account natin. ❣️

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