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Now fraud in the name of KYC, cheating of lakhs of rupees from 40 people including TV actors in Mumbai

Online Bank Fraud News: TV actress Shweta Memon was also among the 40 victims who complained of alleged fraud. In his complaint, Memon said that last Thursday he had clicked on a link in a fake text message, believing it to be from his bank.

Highlights
1. At least 40 private bank customers were duped on the pretext of updating their KYC and PAN details
2. The Know Your Customer (KYC) process in India is mandatory for bank customers to verify their identity
3. TV actress Shweta Memon is among 40 victims who have complained of cheating

Mumbai. A big bank fraud incident has come to light with bank customers in Mumbai. According to a report in Times of India, at least 40 customers of a private bank were duped by clicking on a link sent through fake text messages to update their KYC and PAN details. given. According to the information received, the thugs cheated lakhs of rupees from these customers for 3 days.

Explain that the Know Your Customer (KYC) process in India is mandatory for bank customers to verify their identity and the thugs took advantage of this to commit fraud. Regarding this, Mumbai Police has also issued an advisory, in which people have been warned against clicking on such links, which are asking for their confidential information from bank customers.

As per this advisory, fraudsters are sending fake SMS to customers with a phishing link stating that their bank account has been blocked due to the non-updation of their KYC/PAN card details. Such links take customers to a fake website of their bank where they are asked to enter their customer ID, password and other confidential details.

TV actress Shweta Menon is also among the 40 victims who have complained about this fraud. In his complaint, Memon said that last Thursday he had clicked on a link in a fake text message, believing it to be from his bank. After this, in the portal that opened, he entered his customer ID, password and OTP. He further informed that he also received a call from a woman posing as a bank official, who asked him to enter another OTP received on his mobile number. After this, Rs 57,636 was deducted from his account.

 

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