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big news! Jio users do not make these mistakes, otherwise your bank account will be empty

Highlights

  • Big news for Jio users
  • Users need to be careful
  • Your bank account may be empty

New Delhi. As much as online transactions make many of your tasks easier, your slightest carelessness during online transactions can prove to be fatal for you at times. Because at this time online scams are increasing very fast. In such a situation, Reliance Jio has warned its customers about this. The company has also shared some tips to save yourself from getting caught in the e-KYC scam. Earlier this year, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone have also alerted their customers.

To avoid scams in the name of e-KYC verification:
Stay away from frauds in the name of e-KYC verification. Regarding this, Reliance Jio has issued an alert saying that you should not respond to any incoming call or message in the name of e-KYC verification. Because this could be a prank by some fraudsters, who ask users to call any number in the name of KYC verification. In such a situation, users should beware of any such fraud calls.

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Don’t Download App to Update KYC:
Not only this, do not download any app on your phone or PC to update KYC. Doing so may give access to your device to scammers and cause you financial loss.

Do not share even by forgetting important details:
This has been explained many times to the users and even all the company and cyber experts have reiterated it many times that the customers forget any of their important details like Aadhar number, OTP, Bank account number etc. Share with anyone. Do not It has come to the fore that the fraudsters are asking for necessary details from the customers by posing as Jio’s fake customer care. In such a situation, you yourself should not get caught in any fraud, for this do not share any such important details with anyone.

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…be careful when you get any such call
Reliance Jio has cautioned its users to beware of any SMS/calls that ask them to complete e-KYC. They also say that their connection will be closed if e-KYC is not completed. The company has clearly stated that their customers should not fall prey to such scammers and ignore such calls or messages.

Do not click on unknown links in anyone who came to the message:
Reliance Jio has also warned users not to click on any unknown link on the message, which has been asked to do e-KYC. Apart from these, customers should not click on any unknown link at all. The company has also clarified that it will never ask its customers to download any third party app other than ‘My Jio App’. Even today, you can guess that someone is trying to cheat you. So take it easy.

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