SBI cautioned millions of customers! If this number is saved in the mobile … then the account will be empty, delete it instantly

SBI warns crores of customers

SBI warns crores of customers

According to the SBI website, everyone needs to be cautious with the increasing cases of fraud across the country. Apart from this, you never have to keep the information related to your account by saving it in the mobile.

New Delhi: If you also have an account with the country’s largest government bank SBI (State Bank of India), then this is important news for you. The bank has alerted 44 crore customers of the country. According to the SBI website, everyone needs to be cautious with the increasing cases of fraud across the country. Apart from this, you never have to keep the information related to your account by saving it in the mobile. If you have saved your OTP (one time password), PIN number, debit or credit card CVV or ATM details, remove it immediately … otherwise your account may be empty.

SBI has said that customers should not make such a mistake at all, which makes their bank account empty. While giving the information, the bank said that never save your bank account and online banking details in the phone.

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Never save these numbers in the phone The bank has said that even after dragging the bank account number, password, ATM card number or picture of it, there is a risk of your information being leaked. With this, your account can also be completely empty.

Do not share ATM card with anyone
Apart from this, customers should not share their ATM card with anyone else. By doing this information of your card can be leaked and anyone can easily fraud with you.

Do not use public internet
According to the State Bank, all the customers of the country should take care that you do not use public internet to transact money. There is always a fear of leaking your personal information in it.

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Let me tell you that by calling or SMSing on behalf of the bank, you never ask for sensitive information like user ID, PIN, password, CVV, OTP, VPA (UPI). If you get a phone like this, be careful and do not share any information with anyone.




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