RBI Alert: In this 47-second video, RBI has made everyone aware with the tagline ‘Be aware, be cautious’ with the tagline’ Do not share information like OTP with any close person.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released a wrapper video to make people aware amid the growing cyber fraud and several acceleration in online financial transactions. The central bank posted this video on its official Twitter handle. This video has Punjabi rapper Viruss. In this 47-second video, RBI has made everyone aware with the tagline ‘Be Informed … Be Aware, Be Alert’ that do not share information like OTP with any person nearby.
Let me tell you that the rapper virus has gained a lot of popularity after giving a new look to the song ‘Bum Bhole’ for Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani’s film Laxmi. The Reserve Bank is the most followed central bank on Twitter. The Reserve Bank has been very active on social media since the onset of the epidemic.
Tips for safety through video
Through this video, the Reserve Bank has told people how to protect themselves from cyber crime and identity duplication. The important thing is that the wrapper virus has done this video for the Reserve Bank without any money. In this campaign, the Reserve Bank has asked those who do online transactions to be cautious. RBI has been continuously campaigning to create awareness about financial fraud.
RBI tied up with Punjabi wrapper virus
.@RBI Kehta Hai ..
A little caution takes care of a lot of trouble.
Never respond to requests to share PIN, OTP or bank account details.
Block your card if stolen, lost or compromised.#rbikehtahai #StaySafe#BeAware #BeSecurehttps://t.co/mKPAIp5rA3 pic.twitter.com/V3PRYl5351
— RBI Says (@RBIsays) February 19, 2021
Do not share your banking details
In the video presented by the central bank RBI on Twitter, people have been asked to be careful about banking details. A big accident can be avoided with a little care. RBI has requested people not to share their PIN, OTP or bank account details with anyone. Apart from this, RBI said that if your debit or credit card has been lost, stolen or someone has tampered with it, then block it immediately.