Police has asked the numbers like 7477363804, 7815059531, 7604015471 to stay away from the incoming messages and also not to give any information sought by them.
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The Cybercrime Division of the Delhi Police has asked to be careful about some numbers because people are being defrauded through these numbers. In the message being sent from these numbers, it is being claimed that due to some problem in the KYC, your SIM can be blocked. In such a situation, to stop this, you are asked to call some numbers and then you are made a victim of fraud.
In a tweet by DCP Cybercrime, a screenshot of some such SMS has been shared. It is written in the tweet that, “You may have received a fake message claiming that your SIM has been blocked due to KYC issue.” Along with this, a phone number is also being given in which it is being said to call. Never call these fake numbers. Do not download any app on the instruction given by them. Never make any payment to them. “
The numbers shared in the tweet are 7477363804, 7815059531, 7604015471, 7478388287, 9007941387 and 7063658227.
You may receive a fake SMS claiming your SIM will be blocked due to KYC issues.These have📱numbers on which people are asked to call.
📌Never call on such fraud numbers
📌Never download any App on their instruction
— DCP Cybercrime (@DCP_CCC_Delhi) May 21, 2021
Let us know that recently Gopal Vittal, CEO of Airtel has also asked his customers to stay away from e-KYC fraud. In an email, he has said that due to the second wave of Corona, digital payments have increased rapidly and at the same time there has been an increase in the cases of fraud related to it. In this mail, several types of cyber fraud have been told, including the KYC scam.
Airtel customers are being leaked through this app
Talking about the KYC scam, a person can call you and tell himself of the Airtel company or you can message for KYC. After this you will be asked to download the Airtel Quick Support app from the Playstore so that the validation can be carried forward. But the most important thing to tell is that no app of this name belongs to Airtel. When you try to install it, you will be redirected to the TeamViewer Quick Support App. This app will give thugs access to your device and can easily learn about the account associated with this device.
What is TeamViewer Quick Support App
It is a desktop sharing app and the biggest thing is that very few people know about how it works. In such a situation, the host can get access to your mobile screen through any remote desktop app and can see what you are typing. Through this, thugs can get access to UPI PIN including social media and online banking account and can execute fraud.
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