Got a free gift message from the National Bank of India?

Got a free gift message

Got a free gift message from the National Bank of India?

Got a free gift message from banks, Cyber ​​fraudsters are provoking by targeting bank customers. Every day innocent people are being bullied with a new idea. Strong sketches are being made and money in bank accounts is being completely swept away. The police and bankers are conducting a lot of campaigns to motivate people not to fall into the trap of cybercriminals. 

However, in the end, cybercriminals are gaining the upper hand. In the city of Hyderabad alone, tens of thousands of people are being deceived by cybercriminals and resorting to the police. In this context, the State Bank of India (SBI) has once again alerted its customers. Explains the new type of fraud that these cyber criminals choose to deceive customers. 

According to this, cybercriminals are sending emails saying that the National Bank of India is giving you a free gift. It is suggested that you click this link to claim the free gift. Clicking on that link will leave their personal details and bank account information in the hands of cybercriminals in a matter of seconds. Based on this information they are emptying the money into their bank accounts.

SBI has advised its customers to be vigilant about these fishing links coming in the name of free gifts. Free means any link that means you have to think twice before clicking on that link. SBI has advised people to be vigilant about these emails coming in the name of free gifts.

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