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‘Nagoyo’ aftershock: BDO cuts online transfers to UnionBank accounts

It’s been two weeks since the “Mark Nagoyo” scam that affected some 700 BDO clients came to light, but its impact on the industry remains felt to this day.

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BDO clients took to social media their frustration about the bank’s online services after learning that the Sy-owned lender has removed Union Bank of the Philippines – where stolen funds were sent to “Mark Nagoyo” accounts – from its partner banks for electronic fund transfers, at least for now.

Bilyonaryo checked the BDO app and confirmed that UnionBank is currently not among the options for InstaPay or PesoNET transfers.

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For some, it meant an added cost. Their remedy is to transfer the money first to an account in another bank, then remit the money to UnionBank from there –– meaning they pay two fund transfer fees.

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“Kasalanan nila pero pinagbabayaran natin,” one user wrote.

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Others do it manually and over the counter.

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As the popular line of Christopher Lao goes, BDO depositors said they should have been informed.


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