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SBI Alert: The country's largest bank State Bank of India (SBI) has once again alerted its customers. SBI has said that fake emails are being sent to customers in the name of the bank and they are being asked to click. On clicking, the complete information about the customer's account is passed on to the fraudsters and the customer has to suffer heavy losses. SBI has told on its Twitter handle that what should be done on receiving such emails? The bank has also given a link, where customers can complain.
SBI has warned its customers not to open any fake email found in the name of SBI. Do not click on the link given in this email at all. If you click on the link by mistake, contact your bank immediately.
SBI has told the customers that their bank never sends such emails and asks them to click on the link. The bank wants customers to help the bank to prevent this fraud. The bank has given a link to National Cybercrime and has asked to report there in such cases.
SBI is continuously ceasing its banking
SBI continues to make its banking the most secure. Recently security was increased with regard to withdrawals from ATMs. If you are a customer of State Bank of India (SBI) and are going to withdraw 10 thousand or more rupees from the ATM, then do not forget to carry the mobile, because now OTP (One Time Password) will come on your mobile, which will have to be entered in the ATM. Only after this money can be withdrawn. SBI Management is launching a 24-hour OTP-based cash withdrawal facility from September 18.