If a call for KYC verification comes, beware, hackers can empty your bank account
Be careful if you get a call for KYC verification. Fraudsters through cyber fraud can empty your account. A day ago, a senior scientist from the Saha Nuclear Physics Institute, who had committed online fraud, was fined Rs 2.07 lakh. The cheater cheated on the scientist by claiming to be a bank official over the phone. The police said about this.
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The SBI has warned people through its Twitter handle. “Protect yourself from fraudulent calls and messages requesting KYC verification,” the SBI said. Fraud makes a phone call or text message pretending to be a bank / company representative to get your personal details. Report such cases on cybercrime.gov.in.
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Protect yourself from fraudulent calls or messages requesting KYC verification. Fraud Make a phone call or send a text message pretending to be a bank / company representative to get your personal details. Report such a case.
Asked to download an app
Shampa, a scientist living in the Kestopur area in the north, has been deceived by faith. Biswas received a call on Wednesday asking him to download an app on his mobile phone to update his KYC details, a Vidyanagar police official said. Team Viewer After you download, the callers reach Biswas’ mobile. Asked him to pay 10 rupees.
Rs 10 crore was paid and Rs 1.35 lakh was deducted from the account
The police official said the scientist paid the amount through net banking, but was asked to pay the amount through mobile banking. If he did so, Rs 1.35 lakh was deducted from the account in a short time. The caller was then asked to pay Rs 10 via debit card. This time again 72 thousand rupees were deducted from the account. Biswas said the money was being withdrawn from his account, but the caller said it was due to a technical glitch and the money would be sent to his account soon.