How to Report scams to Philippine Authorities

Reporting scams to the appropriate legal authorities in your location is an important process to make the internet safer for your family, friends and the broader community.

In the Philippines, cyber scams is the responsibility of the Anti-Cybercrime Group of the Philippine National Police.

The contact details are here




Latest scam advisories

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1 years ago

Philippines, careful when ordering new mobile phone SIM registrationsAs SIM registration starts on 27 December 2022, please be aware of text messages that contain fake URLs. Legitimate messages will come from SMART.

Report these links to: [email protected].

To learn more about SIM Registration, visit
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Philippines, careful when ordering new mobile phone SIM registrations
1 years ago

LANDBANK: Beware of scams using fake leads on Google Ads
PhilippinesDID YOU KNOW? Scammers are placing Google ads to fool you into thinking that it's a legitimate LANDBANK site!

These ads aim to confuse you and redirect you to a phishing website where they steal your personal or financial information.

We encourage clients to be extra cautious of phishing websites masquerading as the official iAccess websites. Check out the actual Google ads of the phishing site below and read our tips on how to identify and avoid this kind of scam.

For your safety, visit the official LANDBANK website ( and use the URLs from there to visit any digital banking channel like the official iAccess website. You many also use the LANDBANK Mobile Banking App (MBA) for more secure transactions.

⚠ Report phishing websites immediately to the LANDBANK Customer Care Hotline:
☎ Call: (02) 8-405-7000 or 1-800-10-405-7000 (PLDT Domestic Toll-Free Number)
📧 Email: [email protected].

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