SBI Alert: To protect your hard earned money, one should also beware of fraudsters who call SBI, RBI, government office, police, KYC authority.
The country’s largest state-run bank, the State Bank of India (SBI), has issued a warning to its customers against fraudsters. The bank has advised its customers to refrain from sharing any sensitive details online or offline on the Twitter handle. It has also recommended against downloading any app from unknown source. To protect your hard earned money, one should also beware of fraudsters who call SBI, RBI, government offices, police, posing as KYC authorities.
SBI has tweeted from its official Twitter handle, we advise our customers to be alert to fraudsters and do not share any sensitive information online or download any app from any unknown source. SBI has told some things for the customers to avoid falling in the trap of any fraudster.
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>> One should not share his/her credentials like Date of Birth, Debit Card Number, Internet Banking ID/Password, Debit Card PIN, OTP and other personal details.
>> One should beware of fraudsters who call as SBI, RBI, government offices, police, KYC authorities.
>> SBI Customer should not download any mobile app based on any unknown source like telephone call/email.
>> And should not respond to attractive offers received through any email, SMS and other social media.
We advise our customers to be alert of fraudsters and not to share any sensitive details online or download any app from an unknown source.#StaySafe #StaySecure #BeAlert #CyberSecurity #CyberSafety #SBIAapkeSaath pic.twitter.com/GuhDZTc9eg
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) May 28, 2021
SBI Customers should note that SBI or any of its representative never sends any email/SMS or calls you over phone to receive your Personal Information, Password or One Time SMS (High Security) Password.
Any such e-mail/SMS or phone call is an attempt to fraudulently withdraw money from your account through Internet Banking. Such emails or phone calls should not be responded to and should be reported immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The bank said, SBI customers should keep these things in mind to protect their accounts from falling in the hands of fraudsters.
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