New Delhi. The country’s largest bank State Bank of India (SBI) has sent a message to its customers. SBI said, we advise our customers to be alert to fraudsters and do not share any sensitive information online. Also, it is forbidden to download any app from any unknown source. Otherwise, you may be a victim of fraud and your bank account may become empty.
SBI told customers by tweeting
It is our duty to protect you from being a victim of online fraud. SBI said, we advise our customers to be alert to fraudsters and do not share any sensitive information online.
We advise our customers to be alert of fraudsters and not to share any sensitive details online or download any app from an unknown source.#StaySafe #StaySecure #BeAlert #CyberSecurity #CyberSafety #SBIAapkeSaath pic.twitter.com/eqGtgZ9UOv
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) June 18, 2021
>> It is necessary that you follow the standard rules and do not share your personal and banking details with any unknown person.
>> Do not click on any unofficial link which asks for One Time Password (OTP) or bank details for EMI, DBT, Prime Care Fund or any other Care Fund.
>> Beware of bogus schemes that claim to offer lottery, cash prizes or job opportunities through SMS, e-mails, letters, phone calls or advertisements.
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>> Keep changing your password related to the bank from time to time.
>> Please note that SBI representatives never send email/sms or call to their customers asking for their personal information, passwords, high security passwords or OTPs.
>> Please access SBI website only for contact number and other details regarding SBI. Do not rely on information available on Internet search results in this regard.
>> Report the fraudsters immediately to the local police officer and report the same to your nearest SBI branch.