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State Bank of India (SBI) has warned its account holders to be aware of unknown whatsapp calls and messages that may ask customers about bank details and it may lead to possible banking fraud with account holders.

“Customers are now being targeted on WhatsApp. Don’t let cyber criminals fool you! Please be aware and stay vigilant.” India’s largest lender said in a tweet.

SBI has informed its account holders that the online banking scams have increased with the rise in digital payments. WhatsApp calls and messages have become a new way to do online fraud for cyber criminals.

SBI keeps sharing safety tips with its customers from time-to-time,

A few days back, SBI) warned its customers to be alert of fake emails sent by fraudsters that looked similar to the bank’s official email.

 

Source: Beware of fake WhatsApp calls and messages, SBI warns account holders







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