SBI Alert: The country’s largest bank, State Bank of India (SBI) has issued an alert regarding fake customer care numbers.
State Bank of India (SBI)
There has been a huge increase in digital transactions during the Corona period. With the increase in online transactions, the cases of digital fraud have also increased significantly. Cyber criminals are adopting various tactics to make people their victims. To save the customers from their clutches, banks also keep cautioning their customers from time to time. In this sequence, the country’s largest bank, State Bank of India (SBI) has issued an alert regarding fake customer care numbers.
SBI has given this information by tweeting. SBI said in its tweet, beware of fake customer care numbers. Please visit the official website of SBI for correct customer care number. Refrain from sharing confidential banking information with anyone.
Beware of fraudulent customer care numbers. Please refer to the official website of SBI for correct customer care numbers. Refrain from sharing confidential banking information with anyone.#CyberSafety #CyberCrime #Fraud #BankSafe #SafeWithSBI pic.twitter.com/Q0hbUYjAud
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) September 18, 2021
In a video shared on Twitter, the bank said, in case of any fraud, report it immediately. You can call [email protected] or cyber crime helpline number 155260.
account becomes empty like this
On calling the fake customer care number, fraudsters take bank account details from you and then withdraw all the money from your bank account. On the phone, they ask you for your personal information like name, address, mobile number, email id, account number, debit card number, OTP and then vacate the account. So whenever you do not remember the customer care number, then always visit the official website of the bank to get the number.
Beware of Phishing Links
Let us tell you that earlier, the bank had alerted its customers about digital fraud or online phishing. The bank said, are you receiving such links in your inbox? Do not click on them. Clicking on such phishing links can ruin your hard earned money. Be careful, think before clicking on such links. As we all know that online swindlers easily trap gullible people and transfer all the money in their savings account to their account. Huh.
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