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State Bank of India (SBI) gave tips for safe online banking

State Bank of India (SBI) gave tips for safe online banking

SBI is the largest public sector bank in the country. The bank periodically warns its customers against cyber fraud. Now SBI has told its customers tips to avoid online fraud.

For a long time, online scammers have been trying new ways to steal users' bank account details. Talking about cybercrime, the banking sector has been its biggest target. Due to the increasing incidence of online fraud in banking, there are also fast growing digital payments in the country. The country's largest bank State Bank of India (SBI) has shared some tips on its Twitter account for internet banking transactions. In this 45-second video, SBI has described the steps of secure online banking. Even before this, SBI has been continuously providing tips for safe net banking to its customers.

The video shared by SBI shows three different times. Learn about them

- If you get a fraud call, email and text in which you are asked to make personal information or an urgent payment

- Display such transactions in your bank account that you did not do

- If you have shared your personal information or account related information with someone

SBI has advised users using net banking to file cases of banking cyber fraud either with the National Cyber ​​Crime Reporting Portal (https://cybercrime.gov.in/) or with the police. Apart from this, the country's largest government bank says that do not ignore even the smallest incident of cybercrime and immediately report it to the concerned authorities.

SBI has written in its tweet, 'Be careful and informed and protect yourself from cyber-criminals. Learn what you can do to be safe. For more details, visit https://bit.ly/3h0jWie. '

Let us tell you that the National Cybercrime Reporting Portal is an initiative of the Government of India, under which victims / complainants can file cybercrime complaints online. This portal works under the supervision of the Ministry of Home Affairs of the country.

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