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Sunday, November 21, 2021

If your account is in SBI, the bank has announced this special message for 44 crore customers, you also know.

If you are a customer of State Bank of India then you have much needed information.  State Bank of India (SBI), the country's largest bank, has issued an alert message to its 440 million customers.  SBI has refused to share any of the numbers shown.

Beware of State Bank of India customers

Don't give out your information to fraudsters

SBI issues an alert message to 44 crore customers

The bank has asked its customers on Twitter to beware of this.  The bank said in a post that fraudsters were stealing personal details by sending a link to a customer in the name of a free gift.

Do not share this required number with anyone

You should not share your date of birth, debit card number, internet banking user ID and password, debit card PIN, CVV and OTP with anyone.

Sharing is not always caring.
SBI says never share your bank details & ATM or UPI PINs with anyone.  #SafetyFirstWithSBI #SafetyFirstWithSBI #SBI #StateBankOfIndia #StaySafe #StaySecure #BeAlert #CyberSafety #CyberSecurity

- State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) November 19, 2021

Pay special attention to these things

Apart from this beware of phone calls in the name of SBI, RBI, Government, Office, Police and KYC Authority.  Apart from this, don't download any app on your phone by telling someone on the phone or by any unknown source.  Don't click on any links in emails and messages sent from unknown people.  Apart from this beware of any fake offers like you get on social media or on messages and phone.

Don't do this by mistake

Let me tell you that, apart from this, the bank has said that keeping your bank account number, password, ATM card number or a photo of it, there is a risk of leaking your information.  At the same time your account can be emptied all the way.


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According to State Bank, all consumers in the country should be careful not to use the public internet to transact your money.  There is always the fear of leaking your personal information.  Let me tell you, there has been a huge increase in fraud cases since the lockdown last year.  For this, the bank advises its customers to be alert from time to time.

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