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Public warned against online frauds: RBI

Written by Oliver Laker on April 5, 2011.

Regulator Reserve Bank of India has generated alerts to the public regarding any fraudulent e mail coming to them from scammers.

“The Reserve Bank never asks for your bank account details. The RBI has clarified that it has not sent any such email,” the central bank said.

RBI has cautioned that the mails that people are getting “to update their bank account details against online phishing” are fake and should not be replied to.

“The RBI has appealed to members of public not to respond to such mails and not to share their bank account details with anyone for any purpose,” the statement added.

 

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    Public warned against online frauds: RBI

    Written by Oliver Laker on April 5, 2011.

    Regulator Reserve Bank of India has generated alerts to the public regarding any fraudulent e mail coming to them from scammers.

    “The Reserve Bank never asks for your bank account details. The RBI has clarified that it has not sent any such email,” the central bank said.

    RBI has cautioned that the mails that people are getting “to update their bank account details against online phishing” are fake and should not be replied to.

    “The RBI has appealed to members of public not to respond to such mails and not to share their bank account details with anyone for any purpose,” the statement added.

     

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    Public warned against online frauds: RBI

    Written by Oliver Laker on April 5, 2011.

    Regulator Reserve Bank of India has generated alerts to the public regarding any fraudulent e mail coming to them from scammers.

    “The Reserve Bank never asks for your bank account details. The RBI has clarified that it has not sent any such email,” the central bank said.

    RBI has cautioned that the mails that people are getting “to update their bank account details against online phishing” are fake and should not be replied to.

    “The RBI has appealed to members of public not to respond to such mails and not to share their bank account details with anyone for any purpose,” the statement added.

     

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    Public warned against online frauds: RBI

    Written by Oliver Laker on April 5, 2011.

    Regulator Reserve Bank of India has generated alerts to the public regarding any fraudulent e mail coming to them from scammers.

    “The Reserve Bank never asks for your bank account details. The RBI has clarified that it has not sent any such email,” the central bank said.

    RBI has cautioned that the mails that people are getting “to update their bank account details against online phishing” are fake and should not be replied to.

    “The RBI has appealed to members of public not to respond to such mails and not to share their bank account details with anyone for any purpose,” the statement added.

     

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    Public warned against online frauds: RBI

    Written by Oliver Laker on April 5, 2011.

    Public warned against online frauds: RBI

    Written by Oliver Laker on April 5, 2011.

    Regulator Reserve Bank of India has generated alerts to the public regarding any fraudulent e mail coming to them from scammers.

    “The Reserve Bank never asks for your bank account details. The RBI has clarified that it has not sent any such email,” the central bank said.

    RBI has cautioned that the mails that people are getting “to update their bank account details against online phishing” are fake and should not be replied to.

    “The RBI has appealed to members of public not to respond to such mails and not to share their bank account details with anyone for any purpose,” the statement added.

     

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    Regulator Reserve Bank of India has generated alerts to the public regarding any fraudulent e mail coming to them from scammers.

    “The Reserve Bank never asks for your bank account details. The RBI has clarified that it has not sent any such email,” the central bank said.

    RBI has cautioned that the mails that people are getting “to update their bank account details against online phishing” are fake and should not be replied to.

    “The RBI has appealed to members of public not to respond to such mails and not to share their bank account details with anyone for any purpose,” the statement added.

     

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