Online SBI: State Bank of India customers? You should be aware of these frauds
Online SBI: With the ever increasing popularity of internet and mobile banking, fraudsters are coming up with new ways to rob people off their hard earned money. Even though India’s largest lender has a strong security system at place, there are ways through which you can be trapped.
Online SBI: With the ever increasing popularity of internet and mobile banking, fraudsters are coming up with new ways to rob people off their hard earned money. Even though India’s largest lender has a strong security system at place, there are ways through which you can be trapped. The bank continuously informs its customers about safe internet banking practices and advises them not to share important banking details with anyone.
Some time back, the lender had tweeted, warning SBI card holders about online fraudsters and suggested what they should not do including not sharing confidential details related to their debit cards and credit cards like CVV, card number, OTP or any other card details.
SBI informed its customers through a tweet saying that the bank never asks any details related to debit cards and credit cards like CVV, OTP, SMS or any other highly confidential information.
The bank said that if an SBI customer receives any such mail, then they should understand that this is an online trick to steal their money. SBI suggested that they avoid such calls and if they have any query related to SBI cards, then they can log in at the official SBI card website — sbicard.com. SBI customers can go to the SBI website onlinesbi.com as well.
Warning the SBI customers in a tweet SBI said, "BEWARE! If you are not able to identify who has sent SMS, please DO NOT share any details. We at SBI Card will never ask you for your Card details, like CVV, OTP, etc on SMS. Know more here: https://sbicard.com/BeSafe #BeSafe #FraudAlert #SBICard."
The bank had also warned its customers about fake and misleading customer care call. The largest bank in India had informed about the fake customer care racket to its customer through a tweet from its official Twitter handle. In that tweet, the State Bank of India had advised customers not to get misled by fake customer care numbers & avoid falling prey to fraudsters.
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