SBI Bank Customer Cyber Fraud PIB Fact Check Do Not Share Your Personal Details With Anyone
State Bank Of India: There is important news for those...
State Bank Of India: There is important news for those having an account in State Bank of India. If you also have an account in the country’s largest government bank, then you should be careful. These days, many types of messages are becoming viral on social media, in which it is being claimed that you can unblock the account by just sharing your personal details. PIB has given information about this viral post by tweeting.
PIB has written in its official tweet that in a fake message, it has been claimed that your SBI account has also been blocked. If so, now you can reactivate your blocked account by just sharing your personal details.
Bank does not ask for personal details
State Bank of India said that if you get any such message or mail, then be careful with it because no such message or mail is sent by the bank. The bank never asks for personal details or banking details of any customer.
Check on official website
You can report such messages to email@example.com. It is also written on this official website that be alert from cyber fraud and keep your money safe.
Beware of Fake Messages
After the fact check, PIB has called this message completely fake. PIB said that everyone should beware of such messages going viral on social media. PIB asked people not to forward such messages. By being misled by such messages, you put your personal information and money at risk.
You can also do fact check
If any such message comes to you too, then you can do a fact check to find out about its truth. You can do fact check through PIB. For this you have to visit the official link https://factcheck.pib.gov.in/. Apart from this, you can also send the video to WhatsApp number +918799711259 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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