State Bank of India has alerted its 440 million customers.
SBI alerts its customers
Beware of these two numbers
Fraud can occur
State Bank of India, the country’s largest public sector bank, continues to alert its customers from time to time about fraud. The banking system has undergone major changes in the last few years. Nowadays people prefer to use net banking, credit card, debit card etc. sitting at home instead of going to the branch.
SBI alerts people by tweeting
The number of cyber crime incidents is also increasing rapidly due to the increasing use of online transactions. The incidence of banking fraud has increased in the last few years. Nowadays criminals are trapping people in different ways. To alert its 44 crore customers, SBI has alerted its customers by tweeting from its official Twitter handle.
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The bank has asked to beware of the two numbers 91-8294710946 and + 91-7362951973 of cyber fraud. The bank said that for some time now criminals have been calling from these two numbers and asking people to update KYC. Therefore, customers should not fall into the trap of such calls and should not share their personal information by clicking on any kind of phishing link.
Keep these things in mind to avoid fraud
If someone sends you KYC update information via call, SMS or email, beware of such a call message in such a situation.
Change your password periodically.
To contact SBI just call the numbers given on the official website.
If you have been the victim of any kind of fraud, register your complaint on the website https://cybercrime.gov.in/.
Avoid making these mistakes
Do not share your personal details and bank account information with anyone
Make the password strong.
Do not enter your credit card, debit card, UPI PIN password anywhere.
Avoid sharing your personal details on social media.
Avoid clicking on any suspicious links.