LandBank prexy urges valued clients to use online, contactless bank platforms to prevent COVID-19 spread

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CALOOCAN CITY, April 6 (PIA) -- Land Bank of the Philippines (LandBank) President and CEO Cecilia C. Borromeo today encouraged their valued customers to utilize their bank's existing digital and online facilities to prevent further COVID-19 spread. 

"We encourage you [valued clients] to continue using our digital and online platforms at the safety and comfort of your homes for your financial transactions," Borromeo said in a statement sent to the PIA-NCR.

"We in LandBank remain committed to balancing uninterrupted service delivery while prioritizing your health and safety," she added, amid the recent rise in COVID-19 cases.

The bank official said LandBank's iAccess and Mobile Banking App are available for their customers' immediate banking needs.

"We have upgraded our mobile app with enhanced functionality and security features to provide you with a more convenient experience in accessing LandBank’s wide array of services at your fingertips," she said. 

Similarly, Borromeo said the LandBank Link.BizPortal, WeAccess, Electronic Tax Payment System and Phone Access are "all available to serve your requirements."

"We also understand your need to send support to your families or continue conducting your businesses during this pandemic. Which is why LandBank has extended the waiver of fees for fund transfers to other banks via InstaPay and PESONet to until June 30, 2021," she said.

"While we continue to promote cashless transactions, we also ensure sufficient cash availability in all our ATMs should you need cash," she added.

Borromeo also reminded them to be extra vigilant in protecting their accounts against scams and security threats.

"Do not share your personal account details to prevent unauthorized use of your bank accounts or credit cards. Please report to us immediately if you notice any unusual transactions or activities in your accounts," she said, adding that for those who still need to transact in their branches, "strict but necessary health protocols remain in place." 

"As we all continue to fight this pandemic, rest assured that we are committed to working with the Filipino nation towards recovery and rising above this adversity. We are #BankingOnTheFilipinoSpirit as we look forward to healthier times," Borromeo said. (PIA NCR)

Source: Philippines Information Agency (

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