SBI alerts millions of customers! On the occasion of Holi, a small mistake will make your bank account empty

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According to the information shared on the official Twitter by SBI, the bank has said that if there is a fraud with you, then report cyber crimes to cybercrime.gov.in or to local police officials.

The bank has also given information through a notice.

With the increasing use of online banking, online frauds are also constantly increasing. In this case, you need to pay more attention. Actually, cyber criminals target people in different ways and loot the money by getting caught in the clutches. At the same time, the bank and the government also make people aware from time to time so that people do not make any mistake. Now the State Bank of India has once again issued an alert for the people regarding these online frauds before the festival of Holi.

Giving information to the people, SBI has said that before sharing anything online, one should think. Also, according to the information shared by SBI on the official Twitter, the bank has said that if there is any fraud with you, then report cyber crimes to cybercrime.gov.in or to local police officials. Also, the bank has given some information through a notice.

SBI has written, ‘SBI never asks for your e-KYC details / Aadhaar number / personal details nor download any app to activate your internet banking facility / debit card facility / bank account or Tells you to call a mobile number. Please be cautious about such calls, SMS, links as this can lead to financial fraud. Please inform the local police department about such cases.

According to SBI, this is a new type of financial fraud in which some people in the market use different tactics to cheat customers. As of January 5, SBI has more than 44.89 crore customers across the country.

You should also keep these things in mind to avoid banking fraud.

1. Do not share your personal information to any other person. Especially do not share it with any unknown person at all.
2. Change the passwords of your bank account from time to time.
3. Share internet banking details through phone, email or SMS anytime to unknowing person.
4. Do not click on any suspicious links.
5. Always collect information through the official website of the bank to collect bank information.
6. To collect any information about the fraud with you, inform the nearest SBI branch and police officers as soon as possible.

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