After numerous banking customers have fallen prey to different kind of cyber frauds be it the customer giving in to fake apps and revealing their confidential financial information or receiving fake e-mails or messages, SBI in its latest move, alerts its customers regarding chatting over fake social media account of the bank.
On a regular basis, the leading state-run lender has been warning its customers to be cautious in respect of a number of fake websites, apps and ATM frauds.
Do not invest your time and money interacting with fake accounts on social media. Follow, tag and interact with only the verified, official handles of SBI, to ensure that your comments, complaints, and enquiries get adequately addressed and you are not scammed by fraudsters”, said SBI via its social media account.
Also, the bank has notified its different real social media accounts that can be of help in distinguishing fake and real social media accounts:
SBI has maintained following social media accounts:
On Facebook – @StateBankOfIndia
On Instagram – @theofficialsbi
On Twitter – @TheOfficialSBi
On Linkedin – State Bank of India (SBI)
On Google+ – State Bank of India
On Youtube – State Bank of India
On Quora – State Bank of India (SBI)
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