Due to the surge in customers visiting our branches, our last queue ticket issuance for all services may end three hours before the branch closing time.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Received an email informing you of incoming funds? Don’t hasten to open any attachments or click on any links in the email. Be on the lookout for the telltale signs of phishing scams, like emails with fake sender information and suspicious links. If you suspect that you have been scammed, immediately file a police report and call our dedicated 24/7 Fraud Hotline at 6255 0160. Press ‘1’ to report a case or ‘2’ to activate our emergency self-service Kill Switch feature, which will disable access to your UOB Personal Internet Banking and UOB TMRW app.
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