SBI has warned its customers that you do not share your Aadhaar number, email ID even if you forget, otherwise your account can also be empty.
Across the country, cases of people suffering from Covid-19 are continuously increasing, in such a situation, by accelerating the process of vaccination, the government has allowed people above 18 years of age to get vaccinated. For vaccination, everyone has to register with apps like CoWIN app, Arogya Setu. But now the thugs have started making people a victim of cheating on the pretext of this registration. Regarding this, the country’s largest bank State Bank of India has also issued a warning.
The State Bank of India has sent a message to all the users asking them to beware of these thugs. Along with this, there has been talk of not responding to the messages, emails etc. for COVID-19 vaccine registration without investigation. Such a financial fraud can be fraudulent if you respond without investigation.
What is written in the SBI message? – In the message sent by SBI, it says, “Beware of calls or SMS seeking Aadhaar number, Email ID, OTP etc. for COVID-19 vaccine registration.” This can lead to financial fraud with you. – SBI Card ”
Let us know that in the name of vaccination, the thugs are making people a victim of swindling. They are tricking the users by sending messages to them to download fake Kovin app and then making them book instant slots and sometimes making them their victims through OTP.
If you also have such messages, Covid-19.apk, Vaci__Regis.apk, MyVaccin_v2.apk, Cov-Regis.apk, and Vccin-Apply.apk. For example, if you are being asked to download an application, do not forget to download it. Apart from this, if you have received a message on your WhatsApp in which you are being asked to pay, then do not pay on it, otherwise your entire account will be empty.