June 20, 2024

Despite a sudden surge of Covid-19 cases in the country, Land Bank of the Philippines announced its branches nationwide shall continue to operate to serve the banking needs of its customers.
In a statement, the state-run bank said a number of its branches in the National Capital Region and most parts of Luzon where Covid-19 cases remain high are open Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., while LandBank branches in Visayas and Mindanao will continue to follow the regular banking hours of 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays.
However, some branches in NCR, Central Luzon, and Southern Luzon are temporarily closed due to Covid-19 exposure of personnel and to give way to disinfection to ensure the health and safety of LandBank clients and employees.
Meanwhile, the bank’s e-banking channels, such as the LandBank mobile banking app, iAccess, WeAccess, Link.BizPortal, electronic tax payment system, phone access, and its ATM network, remain stable and available to the public 24/7.
For a complete list of open and closed branches and their operating hours, please visit the LandBank website at www.landbank.com.
Banking schedules of LandBank branches nationwide are also posted daily at its website and at the bank’s official Facebook Page at @landbankofficial and Viber Community at @LANDBANK.
With more Filipinos staying home as NCR and some parts of the country remain under alert level 3, LandBank once again reminded its customers to be cautious of online banking fraud and phishing activities.
The bank appealed to its clients to remain vigilant and ignore suspicious e-mails, text and social media messages, links and attachments from unknown senders.
It also urged the pubic to be on the lookout for fake websites and social media accounts pretending to be LandBank by checking and verifying a suspicious site’s URL, email address, social media account or phone number.
Official LandBank representatives will never ask for a client’s one-time password (OTP), account details, and the card verification value or CVV at the back of the card, among other security details, the bank said. – Press release