SBI Alert: Don’t get lost in getting FD online, the bank warns

SBI Alert: India’s largest public sector bank SBI has warned its customers and general public to avoid online frauds for investing in FDs. The bank has received online frauds from many customers.

In order to prevent the access of cyber thugs, the bank has prohibited the customers from sharing personal details like password / OTP / CVV / card number etc. The bank said that the bank never asks for these details over phone, SMS or mail.

SBI said on its official Twitter that it has received reports that online FDs are being created by cyber criminals in the accounts of customers and customers are being cheated.

Digital banking has grown very fast in the Corona era. Due to this, SBI including RBI has already issued warnings to customers. SBI has given some important measures along with issuing warnings to avoid cyber frauds.

Executing such forgery

Regarding the manner in which the fraudsters cheat, the bank has said that the fraudsters first create FD accounts of gullible customers with their net banking details and transfer some amount. SBI has said that fraudsters ask for OTP from the customer by posing as a bank official. After this, if the customer shares the OTP, then the FD amount is transferred to his account.

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Don’t make these five mistakes

The bank has said that never share your OTP, PIN, CVV or UPI PIN of your debit card or credit card with anyone. Most frauds happen in the name of changing the password by making a phone call. The fraudsters tell the customers that if they do not change the password, then the card will be blocked, which the customers fear and tell them everything.

Never save your bank account information on your phone. If the phone is stolen, you can become a victim of fraud.

Do not share your ATM card details with any person.

To keep your bank account safe, avoid online transactions from public internet, open networks and free Wi-Fi zones. Using these open networks can leak your information and increase the risk of online fraud.

– No bank ever asks its customers for details like User ID, PIN, Password, CVV, OTP, VPA, UPI etc. When a person asks for such information over the phone or on the Internet, then understand that it is a fraud. Do not give any information.

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