Like actress Nagma, you are also not doing these mistakes, your account will be empty in a blink of an eye


Tech News Desk – In the era of digital and social media, even your slightest carelessness can harm you a lot. Cyber ​​thugs are targeting people with new tactics and forgery. Sometimes in the name of Diwali gift and sometimes in the name of 5G service, cases of cyber fraud are coming to the fore. Recently, Bollywood actress and politician Nagma has also become a victim of fraud. He has been cheated of Rs 99,998. Nagma has been cheated in the name of bank KYC. If you also get bank KYC or other similar calls sitting at home then you need to be careful. Your little carelessness can also empty your bank account.

How did actress Nagma become a victim of fraud?
The fraud that happened to her has been disclosed by the actress herself in the conversation. He told that a message had come on his phone. The message did not appear to be a private number but a bank number. So he clicked on that, soon after which he got a call from a man. The person introduced himself as an employee of the bank and offered to help them with KYC. He told that the scammers had already taken remote access to his phone. After which about one lakh rupees were transferred from his account to a nationalized bank by creating an account of the beneficiary. This amount was transferred about 20 times. The police is now probing the matter.

be careful like this
The easiest way to avoid any cyber fraud is not to click on any unknown link.
If someone calls you for online KYC of your bank account, ignore it.
Remember that no bank employee asks you for confidential information related to bank account like ATM card, online banking related information.
Do not share your banking details, OTP and ATM password with anyone.
Bank employees never take remote access to your device. Do not give any such access to your device.
You will not have to share OTP related to bank and payment with anyone.
Beware of calls promising free gifts or similar and do not give them any information or OTP.
Do not open any attachment or link in any unsolicited e-mail, SMS or message on social media or internet.
Check the spelling of emails, websites and unknown e-mail senders once. Because thugs sometimes cheat even with the same spelling. Also keep changing your passwords regularly.

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