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Bank frauds: Be safe than sorry

krishna murthy
Basic awareness about online scams can help you avert a financial tragedy. Read on to know more
Keep your computers and mobile devices up to date with the latest security app.
Set strong passwords with a mix of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
Do not share sensitive information like OTP, CVV on calls.
Watch out for phishing scams, fraudulent emails and websites.
Do not disclose personal details like birthdays, addresses, and mother’s maiden name on social media. Lock your privacy settings.
Be alert, when connecting to public Wi-Fi networks and cautious about what information you are sending over it.
Shop safely. Before shopping online, make sure the website uses secure technology.
Sign up for SMS and e-mail alerts that can raise red flags in case of any fraudulent activity.
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