Alert! Beware of Fake Bank Phone Calls Don’t get cheated by Mobile Call or SMS

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Unknown missed calls can empty your wallet
Unknown missed calls can empty your wallet Alert! Beware of Fake Bank Phone Calls Don't get cheated by Mobile Call or SMS A call will come to your Mobile if you receive the call your Amount in account will be Taken away Nowadays in Bangalore lot of hack call comes to your phone first they will Ask for Adar Number and then tey will Tell we are from Mobile Service provider Company Like Airtel Vodaphone Idea etc then they will tell to number in your keypad like 1 then they will ask for OTP one time password number if you give the OTP password your Adar will be attached to your bank account Later all your Money in Bank account will be empty so if they tell from Bank Mobile company you should not give or tell we will Approach bank Manager Directly about this OTP etc Be care full guys What we are discussing here is related to vishing, also known as voice phishing. Several instances have occurred wherein people receive phone calls that appear to be from their bank. Phishing is defined as any attempt to obtain your personal and financial information. Mostly, phishing is carried out via emails. These emails lure the targeted victim into visiting a fake site and giving away confidential data. Phishing attacks also use fake SMSs (called Smishing) and fake telephone calls (called Vishing). The caller usually pretends to be a bank representative or someone from the bank’s technical team. In most cases, the caller sounds professional and provides a convincing reason for calling the customer. After having given a false sense of security, the caller then tricks the victim into giving away their personal and confidential data such as: Credit/debit card number The card’s CVV number [Card Verification Value – 3 to 4 digit number printed on the flip side of the card] Expiry date Secure password ATM pin Internet Banking login ID and password and other personal information With all such crucial information at hand, the fraudster can easily carry out illegal financial transactions using the victim’s name. if if if you are in the habit of returning missed calls from unidentified numbers, it's time to put such instincts on hold. An international huge crime cartel involved in lottery scams rakes in the money when you call back on these premium numbers, which generally originate abroad. In some cases, even official service providers connive to hatch a revenue-sharing plot. Share this Link with your friends and family by WhatsApp email and post this information to all Social media Facebook etc www.sachitv.com see this down Video for more information 

Alert! Beware of Fake Bank Phone Calls Don’t get cheated by Mobile Call or SMS

A call will come to your Mobile if you receive the call your Amount
in account will be Taken away

What we are discussing here is related to vishing, also known as voice phishing.
Several instances have occurred wherein people receive phone calls that appear to be from their bank.

Phishing is defined as any attempt to obtain your personal and financial information. Mostly, phishing is carried out via emails.

These emails lure the targeted victim into visiting a fake site and giving away confidential data.
Phishing attacks also use fake SMSs (called Smishing) and fake telephone calls (called Vishing).

The caller usually pretends to be a bank representative or someone from the bank’s technical team. In most cases, the caller sounds professional and provides a convincing reason for calling the customer. After having given a false sense of security, the caller then tricks the victim into giving away their personal and confidential data such as:

Credit/debit card number
The card’s CVV number [Card Verification Value – 3 to 4 digit number printed on the flip side of the card]

Expiry date
Secure password
ATM pin
Internet Banking login ID and password and other personal information

With all such crucial information at hand, the fraudster can easily carry out illegal financial transactions using the victim’s name.

Nowadays in Bangalore lot of hack
call comes to your phone first they
will Ask for Adar Number
and then they will Tell we are from Mobile Service provider
Company
Like Airtel Vodaphone Idea etc then they will tell to
number in your keypad like 1
then they will ask for OTP one
time password number if you give the OTP password your Adar
will be attached to your bank account Later all your Money
in Bank account will be empty
so if they tell from Bank Mobile
company you should not give or tell we will Approach bank Manager
Directly about this OTP etc Be care full guys Share this Link with your friends and family
by WhatsApp email and post this
information to all Social media Facebook etc see this down Video for more information 

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