Our passion about football is just as strong as our passion for a safe digital life.
We believe that a clean sheet makes a great match. Keeping our rivals away from the goal takes practice, good tactics and a solid defence. The same is true about your online security.
That’s why we think football and cyber security make a great team. Learn more about the simple tactics that can improve your safety online.
Protect your information and equipment
Whether it’s football or your digital life, staying on top of your game is key to keeping your team and information safe.
Be discreet online and in public
On the pitch and online, there are things you only share with those that you trust. Make sure you know what you are sharing and with whom.
Think before you click or reply
When the opposing team keeps the pressure on, it’s important to keep cool and stay focused. Don’t fall into the traps, spot those suspicious messages.
Keep your passwords safe
A strong defence has more than a few players. The same applies to your passwords… the longer, the better.
Remember: If you suspect it, report it
“Watch out!” “Close that gap” “Over here!” Letting others know about what you see is important on the pitch and online.
Banco Santander today announced the launch of PagoFX, a low-cost international money transfer service, in the UK. This new service, available via a mobile app, allows UK residents with a debit card issued by any UK bank or financial entity to seamlessly and quickly send money abroad from their smartphone with low costs, bank-level security and customer support via in-app chat, web and e-mail. In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, PagoFX will allow customers to use the service to transfer money abroad without any fees at all for the next two months.
Sending money abroad digitally has become a staple for millions of people as globalisation and technology are flourishing. And with our financial needs evolving, Santander aims to innovate and fill in the gaps in international payments through One Pay FX and PagoFX – the international money transfer services that form part of the banking group’s digital ecosystem. Together they reflect Santander´s ambition to deliver fast, simple and safe international digital payments for all. Now, let’s take a look at how each service differs and how you can benefit from them.
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