New Delhi. If you are a customer of State Bank of India (SBI), then there is very important information for you. The country’s largest bank State Bank of India ie SBI has issued an alert message for its crores of customers. SBI has asked its customers to be alert with 2 mobile numbers. The bank says that these numbers are being used for phishing. The bank has strictly forbidden to click on any link sent from these numbers.
Assam CID was the first to warn about these numbers. CID wrote in a tweet, “SBI customers are getting calls from 2 numbers asking them to click on phishing link to update KYC. All SBI customers are requested not to click on any such suspicious links.
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Bank confirmed the tweet
Later the bank also confirmed this tweet and asked its customers not to pick up the phone and not to click on the KYC up date link. The bank has asked to be careful of such links not only on calls but also on SMS, email etc. Do not share these important numbers with anyone
Do not share numbers like your Date of Birth, Debit Card Number, Internet Banking User ID and Password, Debit Card PIN, CVV and OTP with anyone.
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Take special care of these things
Apart from this, beware of the phone calls in the name of SBI, RBI, Government, Office, Police and KYC authority. Apart from this, do not download any app on the phone or any app through any unknown source on your phone. Do not click on any links in mails and messages sent by unknown people. Apart from this, beware of any kind of fake offers that you get on social media or messages and phones.
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Apart from this, the bank has said that there is a risk of leaking your information even by keeping bank account number, password, ATM card number or taking a picture of it. Along with this, your account can also be completely empty.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : October 01, 2022, 18:40 IST