Now the Criminals are raising money from people’s accounts through Fixed Deposits. In this regard, the country’s largest bank, the State Bank of India (SBI) has alerted its account holders.
With increasing digital transactions, cases of fraud have also increased. The fraudsters are adopting new tricks to lull people. Now the Criminals are raising money from people’s accounts through Fixed Deposits. In this regard, the country’s largest bank State Bank of India (SBI) has alerted its account holders.
SBI tweeted and told the customers that the bank has received reports that cybercriminals are defrauding the account holders in a new way. To create social engineering frauds, they are creating online fixed deposits in customers’ accounts.
SBI said, we advise all our customers not to share their personal details with anyone, to control access to their account on their own. The bank said, do not share your password, OTP, CVV, card number etc. with anyone.
Along with this, the bank said that SBI never asks you for such information on phone, e-mail or SMS. Do not get caught in the trap of scammers who represent themselves as SBI. We never ask for personal details like password / OTP / CVV / card number over the phone.
Let us know that the banks keep issuing alerts to protect customers from fraud on the day it arrives. Recently, SBI warned customers about sharing online. The bank said that before sharing anything online think. If you do not do this, you may suffer big loss. SBI never asks for your e-KYC details, Aadhaar number, personal details.
The bank said, if you are a victim of any fraud, report cyber crimes to https://cybercrime.gov.in or to local police officers.