Punjab National Bank did Alert to customers, do not forget this work or else the account will be empty!

PNB Bank Alert Customers

PNB Bank Alert Customers

PNB Alert: As digital transactions have increased in the coronary period, cases of cyber fraud have also increased at the same speed. Cyber ​​criminals have become so high-tech that they can empty your bank account while sitting far away. The country’s second largest state-run bank PNB (Punjab National Bank) has issued an alert alerting its customers.

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  • Last Updated:February 21, 2021 10:09 AM IS

New Delhi. As digital transactions have increased in the coronary period, cases of cyber fraud have also increased at the same speed. Cyber ​​criminals have become so high-tech that they can empty your bank account while sitting far away. However, banks keep sending alert messages to their customers from time to time on messages, emails and social media platforms. In order to protect their customers from cyber criminals, they keep on alert. If you are also a customer of Punjab National Bank (PNB), then tell that the bank has issued an alert for its customers.

Know what the bank has
PNB, the country’s second largest public sector bank, has issued an alert alerting its customers. PNB has tweeted on its Twitter handle. It reads, ‘Hackers have many options to cheat you, so take special care of these things for your security and avoid fraud.’ PNB said, Hackers have many options to cheat you, so be careful creep and keep these things in mind-

PNB tweet

PNB tweet

  • Be alert about phishing email.
  • Use Anti Virus for mobile as well.
  • Do not save card details on any site.
  • Access the account from a secure network only.
  • Check the address of the website while doing the online transaction.

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On withdrawing money from a bank account, immediately do this work-
If for any reason, money is withdrawn from the bank account, then immediately call the customer care and block the card. After this, as soon as possible, file a complaint with the police and take his reference number or photo of the complaint and share it with the bank concerned. If the problem is not resolved, complain to the Ombudsman of RBI Bank. Full information will be found at this link: https://rbi.org.in/Scripts/AboutUsDisplay.aspx?pg=BankingOmbudsmen.htm. In other fraud cases, you must complain to the National Crime Reporting Portal or the local police.



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