Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue. Beware Of Fraudsters, They May Dupe You

At the beginning of Valentine’s Week, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has done the work of warning people. On this occasion, thugs can try to entice people in many ways including Valentine’s Day offers. Apart from this, MHA has also warned against cheating in the name of KYC. Downloading of any app for KYC is prohibited in MHA guidelines. Along with this, OTP has also been asked not to share.

Home Ministry shared tips to curb cyber thugs

Due to the continuous cyber fraud in the country, many people have become victims of fraud. Due to this, in case of any kind of fraud, it is asked to complain immediately. Cyber ​​criminals have become very active since Corona. Now attempts are being made to cheat people online on a large scale. Keeping this in mind, the Ministry of Home Affairs has shared this information on its Twitter handle named Cyber ​​Dost to rein in cyber thugs.

Do not share personal information

Cyber ​​dost, the social cyber wing of the Ministry of Home Affairs, has alerted by tweeting. Cyber ​​dost keeps sharing tips to avoid online fraud by tweeting to people from time to time. Beware of fraudulent SMS or KYC calls. Do not share details over SMS or calls. If you get an SMS like your bank account is closed due to non-completion of KYC, first of all inform the bank. Do not give any kind of information over the phone.

Please note that only official Know Your Customer (Know your customer) points or official agents do KYC. Never download the Quick Support app. For example, avoid downloading Anydesk or TeamViewer. With such an app, you give remote access to your device. Due to this fraudsters can leak your PIN, OTP, bank account information and financial fraud can happen with you. In such a situation, in this Valentine’s week, you should thoroughly investigate any kind of tempting offer, otherwise you may have to face big trouble.