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Carefully keep bank-related information on your mobile phone

Saturday - January 25, 2020 11:30 am , Category : BUSINESS
Hackers target on your bank account
Hackers target on your bank account

Somewhere you don't do 'this' mistakes in mobile phone for bank-related work

JAN 25 (WTN) - In this era of technology, you must have been using net banking or banking apps for bank-related tasks. Whereas you may have experienced by yourself, the bank's works for which you used to spend a lot of time in the queue, now almost all the work of the bank goes online. With the advent of the mobile internet revolution and the increasing number of smartphones, banking-related work in the country is becoming more online. But as online banking operations are increasing, the cases of fraud with online users are increasing. But for your information, let us know that in almost 95 percent of such cases, greed, mistake, and negligence of the users are responsible.

By the way, if you do banking related work online then it is very important for you to be cautious. If you are not alert then hackers can hack your bank account and you may suffer financial loss. Actually, there is one and only way to avoid fraud, and that way is the alertness of the user. For your information, let us know that the cases of unknown transactions through debit and credit card details and PIN  are increasing. Therefore, we advise you to always protect your debit and credit card and PIN and do not enlighten it to anyone.

First of all, we recommend that you do not keep save your bank account or online banking information on a mobile phone. And if you are keeping, then keep it in a folder that needs a codeword to open. On the other hand, if you are keeping this kind of information safe in your mobile phone, then we recommend that you save such information in the Google Drive, so that if your mobile phone is lost or stolen then you can delete that file by logging in with from somewhere else.

Actually, saving a bank account number, password, debit and credit card number or a picture of it without any security on a mobile phone is not safe. If your phone is lost or stolen or if someone hacks your phone, then all your banking related information can be leaked. At the same time, due to leaking banking related information, hackers can transact with your bank account without your knowledge. Therefore, save banking related information in a safe folder only.

Always use your debit or ATM card and credit card yourself. Never let anyone use your debit and credit card. Also, never share your debit or credit card details with anyone. If you share your card information with someone, then the entire information of your bank account can be leaked, and the fraudsters who leaked the information can make transactions with your bank account without your knowledge.

At the same time take full care and never tell anyone the OTP (One-Time Password) came during the bank transaction, PIN number, credit or debit cards’ CVV number. For your information, let us know that hackers mostly fraud only after getting this kind of information from users. At the same time, never believe in any such phone call, in which you are asked to tell the information about your bank account, OTP, PIN number, credit or debit card. Actually, by becoming fraudulent phone banking officers, fraudulent try to get many types of information from consumers, so that they can use their bank account to get such information.

Let us know that no bank or Reserve Bank, does not ask for any information on the phone from the bank consumer which is necessary to have only and only with the back consumer. The bank never calls its customer and asks for its debit or credit card password and CVV number, UPI passcode, Internet banking password, debit or credit card information, OTP and other information. If you receive any such call, then you should record this call and do not follow anything said in that call. Immediately report such a fake call to the nearest police station and the concerned bank branch. Remember that your safety is in your care.