There have been major changes in the way of banking in the last few years. Nowadays people have started transacting through online methods instead of waiting in line for hours to get cash in banks. Now he has started making payment through net banking, credit card, debit card, UPI etc. With this, money reaches from one account to another as soon as possible. With the increasing use of technology, the cases of cyber crime are also increasing rapidly. In the last few years, cyber criminals have duped crores of people.
To keep the customers safe from this type of crime, the country’s largest public sector bank State Bank of India keeps advising people from time to time to be alert from such crime. Recently, SBI has shared the information by tweeting from its official Twitter handle to keep its customers alert from cyber crime. In this tweet, the bank has told the customers about the ways by which you can protect yourself from any kind of fraud. So let us tell you about the ways by which you can stay safe from internet fraud-
Keep these things in mind while doing online transactions-
Do not click on any suspicious message, email, call on it. Do not share any kind of personal information and bank details on this link.
Before using Net Bank, make sure that the network you are using is secure or not.
Update your bank details like bank account statement and bank passbook from time to time.
If you are a victim of any kind of cyber crime, immediately register your complaint by clicking on https://cybercrime.gov.in/.
Knowledge is power.
Mr. Thinkeshwar shares some safety tips for our customers.
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— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) April 5, 2022
Do not do this work even by forgetting while doing online transaction-
Do not share your banking details like credit card/debit card number, PIN, CVV number with anyone. Also do not share your net banking password.
Do not share your personal information on social media.
Beware of fake information.