The bank has also issued an alert regarding the use of Quick View and has told that customers should avoid using Quick View.
The bank has asked customers to avoid screen sharing applications.
Apart from providing better facilities to its customers, State Bank of India also keeps on alerting from time to time. Cybercrime has also increased a lot in this time of online banking, in such a situation, the bank keeps alerting its customers and also keeps making them aware. The bank has told customers several times through social media, SMS and calls that they should not share personal information with anyone. Even the bank refuses to give personal information to its employees.
In this sequence, the bank has also issued an alert regarding the use of Quick View and has told that customers should avoid using Quick View. In such a situation, know what is Quick View and how money is being withdrawn from customers’ account from it. Also, you need to avoid it, know what things you should take care of.
Actually, the bank has asked customers to avoid screen sharing applications, through which people who commit cyber frauds take access to your phone in their phones. In such a situation, the bank has asked the customers not to download any kind of application at the behest of anyone.
How does fraud happen?
Actually, the customer gets a call from some person, who talks to the customer as a bank employee. You are then asked to download an application to complete the KYC or any other process. It is asked to download the application by giving an excuse to complete any process as soon as possible. After this, your phone and your system are connected to this app and they take all the data of the customer’s phone in their phone. This data may also include your UserID and various types of passwords.
How to escape?
The bank has told in its video how to avoid these thugs. You have to keep in mind that you do not have to share your bank account and personal information when you get a call from anyone. Also, if someone asks you to download an application or take access to your phone, then you should immediately disconnect the phone and complain to the bank or the concerned government agency.
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