There is a continuous increase in the cases of banking fraud in the country. With the changing technology, fraudsters have also become smarter. He is defrauding people by finding new ways every day. In view of the increase in the case of cyber crime in India, banks are constantly making customers aware. State Bank of India, the country’s largest public sector bank, has warned people to be aware of cyber fraud.
The bank has warned its customers about KYC fraud through a tweet. In the recent past, many such KYC fraud cases have come to the fore in which the fraudsters have defrauded the customers of lakhs of rupees. Posting about this from its official Twitter handle, SBI said that if a customer receives a message that your KYC has expired.
In such a situation, get KYC done again as soon as possible within 24 hours or else your bank account will be blocked. Customers should not pay any attention to such messages and do not click on the link given with the message. Otherwise your bank account may become empty. Keep distance from such messages and delete such messages.
Here is an example of #YehWrongNumberHai, KYC fraud. Such SMS can lead to a fraud, and you can lose your savings. Do not click on embedded links. Check for the correct short code of SBI on receiving an SMS. Stay alert and stay #SafeWithSBI,#SBI #AmritMahotsav pic.twitter.com/z1goSyhGXq
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) March 4, 2022
Do not share personal information
Along with this, the bank asked the customers to avoid giving their banking details to anyone without thinking. Do not share your Credit Card Number, Debit Card Number, Net Banking Password (Net Banking), PIN, OTP etc. Along with this, also check the correct short code of the message and always be alert.
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