SBI-State Bank of India: On behalf of SBI, it has been said that they have received some reports in which cybercrimes (bank fraudsters) have created online fixed deposits in the accounts of customers.
Customers are often alerted by SBI.
State Bank of India (SBI) has warned its customers to share it with bank details. SBI has warned its customers and said that they should avoid any fraudster who is presenting himself as SBI. Customers are often alerted by SBI so that they do not fall prey to any kind of fraud.
Fraud in the name of F.D.
On behalf of SBI, it has been said that they have received some such reports in which Cyber Criminals has created online fixed deposits in the accounts of customers.
The purpose of these cybercrimes is to carry out social engineering frauds. SBI has said that in such a situation, it advises its customers that they should only access their account.
Also, do not share password, OTP, CVV card number and any such information with anyone. It has been said on behalf of the bank that it never asks for such information from its customers on phone, e-mail or SMS. The bank has kept this kind of information under sensitive information.
We urge our customers not to share their banking details with anyone. Don’t fall for scammers impersonating as SBI, we never ask for personal details like Password/OTP/CVV/Card Number over the phone.
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) April 5, 2021
Lime applied to customers
Recently, there were reports that counterfeiters have defrauded millions of SBI customers through phishing. After this, this biggest bank of the country had told its customers how to avoid such fraud.
SBI tweeted and wrote that cybercriminals are targeting bank customers through phishing links in fake messages / e-mails.
These fraudsters are trying to give income tax refund to the customers. In this way, they are committing fraud by collecting sensitive information from customers.
Do not ask for sensitive information
SBI has appealed to its customers not to share sensitive information like card / PIN / OTP / CVV / password with anyone. Do not click on any unsolicited attachments received through email or SMS.
In this tweet, ABCI once again clarified to customers that it does not collect any sensitive information from customers through phone, SMS or email.
You also keep these things in mind
- Do not share your personal information to any other person. Especially do not share it with any unknown person at all.
- Change the passwords of your bank account from time to time.
- Internet banking details are shared by phone, email or SMS to an unknown person at any time.
- Do not click on any suspicious links.
- To gather bank information, always gather information through the official website of the bank.
- 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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