If you are a victim of any kind of fraud then you should immediately call the cyber crime helpline number 155260.
New Delhi. State Bank of India (SBI), the country’s largest bank in the government sector, has issued an alert to the customers about fake customer care numbers. The bank has said that customers can secure their bank account by adopting this one precaution.
State Bank of India (SBI) has informed the customers about this by sharing a video from its Twitter handle. It is shown in the video that a person calls a fake customer care center number and asks for information about a car loan. In return, he is asked for account details on the phone, which he gives. After this he is told that your account is closed and thus his account is breached by asking for his debit card number.
Beware of fraudulent customer care numbers. Please refer to the official website of SBI for correct customer care numbers. Refrain from sharing confidential banking information with anyone.#CyberSafety #CyberCrime #fraud #BankSafe #SafeWithSBI pic.twitter.com/Q0hbUYjAud
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) September 18, 2021
While releasing this video, the bank has clearly said that do not share any information related to your bank account with anyone. The bank has also shared its customer care number along with the video.
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How to search customer care number
Not only SBI, if you want the customer care number of any bank, then it is best that you do not search it on Google, but go to the official website of that bank and call the number given there. Apart from this, never share your account information with anyone over a telephone call, but inquire only by visiting the bank branch.
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If you are a victim of any kind of fraud then you should immediately call the cyber crime helpline number 155260. Apart from this, you should go to your nearest cyber crime police station and write a report so that you can save yourself from possible harm.