Mumbai: SBI’s warning to customers The country’s largest state-run bank State Bank of India (SBI) has warned its customers. The bank has issued a warning to protect 45 crore customers from fraud. Even before this, the customers are made aware from time to time by the bank. Now the bank has issued two phone numbers asking them not to receive calls on those numbers.
fraud by claiming to be a bank employee
SBI said that both these numbers are likely to be fake and this may harm you. At present the incidents of fraud are increasing rapidly. Keeping this in mind, the bank has issued this warning to protect its customers from any kind of phishing scam. According to the bank, phishing scams have come to the fore through tweets, SMS and e-mails. While making calls, these people cheat customers by posing as SBI employees.
these two numbers
State Bank of India has been asked not to receive calls from two numbers. they are 8294710946 and 7362951973
Huh. Don’t make the mistake of receiving calls from these two numbers, the bank said.
Earlier, CID Assam had warned about the two numbers mentioned by SBI. CID Assam tweeted that SBI customers were getting calls from 8294710946 and 7362951973. From these numbers the caller asks the customer to click on the link sent for KYC and mobile.
both numbers are not of the bank
The bank said that both the numbers did not belong to State Bank of India (SBI). Assam CID retweeted on behalf of SBI that IT Security will take immediate action on both the numbers.