SBI SMS Alert: SBI gives customers tips to avoid fraud, this shortcode is to identify the message of the bank
SBI Alert to Customers: You must have seen many times, you must have received fraud messages in the name of the bank. All money is withdrawn from your account in no time. After that you go to your bank. Let us tell you that State Bank of India always alerts its customers about this. SBI has recently sent a message to crores of its customers explaining how to avoid fraud. In this news you will get complete information about these shortcodes.
This short codes are
SBI said in a message that whatever message will come from SBI. This message contains important codes like SBIBNK, SBIINB, SBYONO, ATMSBI, SBI/SB. If you get a message with these codes, it is an official message from the bank. If these codes are not there, then the message you will get will be fake.
A look at cyber fraud
Cyber fraud sends you SMS messages in the same way that banks send you messages. On behalf of the bank, we inform you that the bank never asks for your personal information and OTP. Whenever you are asked for KYC details from the bank. No bank ever asks you to click on any link.
how to detect fake messages
There is no error in the messages sent from the banks. At the same time, there are many mistakes in fraud messages. In which mistakes can be made from grammar mistakes to names.
Let us tell you that banks send messages only to their customers, not everyone.
Messages start coming from where you do not have a bank account.
If the message is sent from a bank, the mobile number is not shown in the sender, an abbreviation of the name of the sending bank is shown.