Amid the escalating crisis of Kovid-19, digital transactions of money are on the rise, the country’s largest bank SBI has advised its customers to beware of thugs and not download any app from any unknown source. The bank has asked customers not to answer unsolicited offers from e-mail, SMS or any other social media account, no matter how attractive they are.
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We advise our customers to beware of fraud and do not share any sensitive details online or download any application from an unknown source.# Stay safe #StaceCure # Be alert # Cybersecurity # Cybersecurity pic.twitter.com/J8S6dxRpjq
– State Bank of India (OTheOfficialSBI) May 4, 2021
In a message sent to State Bank of India (SBI) customers, he said: “We advise our customers to be aware of thugs and not download any application from any unknown source.”
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The bank asked customers not to share important information such as date of birth, debit card number, debit card PIN and CVV, OTP and asked to call on SBI, Reserve Bank, Police or KYC Authority.