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Be careful with these mobile numbers, bank account may be empty, SBI alerts customers!

SBI Alerts Customer about Fraud Numbers: The country’s largest public sector bank i.e. State Bank of India keeps its customers alert about the incidents of fraud from time to time. 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.

Due to the increasing use of online transactions, the number of incidents of cyber crime is also increasing rapidly. In the last few years, there has been an increase in the incidents of banking fraud. Nowadays criminals are trying to trap people in their trap in different ways. In order to alert its 44 crore customers about this, SBI has alerted the customers by tweeting from its official Twitter handle.

The bank has asked two numbers of cyber criminals to beware of 91-8294710946 and +91-7362951973. The bank said that for some time now criminals call from these two numbers and ask people to update KYC. Therefore, customers should not fall in the trap of such calls and do not share their personal information by clicking on any kind of phishing link.

To avoid fraud, keep these things in mind-

    • If someone sends KYC update information to you through call, SMS or email, then in such a situation beware of such call messages.
    • Keep changing your password from time to time.
    • To contact SBI, just call the numbers given on the official website.
    • If you are a victim of any kind of fraud, register your complaint on the website of https://cybercrime.gov.in/.

Avoid Making These Mistakes

    • Do not share your personal details and bank account information with anyone
    • Make password strong.
    • Do not write down the password of your credit card, debit card, UPI PIN anywhere.
    • Avoid sharing your personal details on social media.
    • Avoid clicking on any suspicious links.

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