SBI cautioned customers! Do not forget to use this app, otherwise your bank account will be empty

SBI posted a tweet on its Twitter handle, saying, 'Beware of fraudulent instant loan apps. Please do not click on any link which is reported by SBI or any other bank.


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State Bank of India, i.e. SBI, has warned its customers who are caught in loan schemes through unauthorized digital platforms. The bank has issued safety tips on its Twitter handle to keep customers alert. SBI Bank also told customers in its tweet how to avoid such apps.


From time to time, SBI gives information about the bank's projects and many other important issues on its Twitter handle. Customers are being woken up by the bank at a time when fraud attempts are on the rise through many fraudulent calls.


SBI has Given Security Tips

SBI wrote on its Twitter handle, 'Beware of fraudulent instant loan apps. Please do not click on any link which is reported by SBI or any other bank. According to SBI, these are links where user's personal data can be leaked by clicking on them.


A link is also shared by the largest bank in the country, on the basis of which customers can get answers to all their financial needs. In addition, SBI has also shared some security tips.


Below are the safety tips shared by SBI:

Check the terms for the offer.

  • Avoid clicking any suspicious links.
  • Check the reliability before downloading any application
  • Click on this link for all your financial needs-
    https://bank.sbi for all your financial needs


The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has also Issued a Warning

Banks registered with the RBI, non-banking financial institutions can legally lend to them. In addition, units registered with state governments may also offer. Last month, the RBI warned individuals and small businesses. SBI said to avoid falling prey to unauthorized digital platforms in any way.


According to the RBI, these platforms have high-interest rates on payments, with many types of charges hidden. Their recovery methods are unacceptable and they abuse the contract by collecting data from borrow recipients on mobile phones.


The RBI said customers must share copies of their KYC documents. SBI said it periodically warns customers against fraudulent practices and warns customers through government handles.

News Source: tv9hindi

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