YONO Account Closure Message Truth: Have you received a message from SBI on your phone saying that your YONO account has been closed. So let us tell you that this message is entirely fake and false. No such message has been sent by the State Bank of India (SBI) to its customers. So, if you have also received this message, then be alert. PIB Fact Check has given this information.
YONO Account Closure Message from SBI
PIB Fact Check tweeted saying that a fake message is coming out, claiming to be from SBI. It argues that your Yono account has been closed. He has also shared a screenshot of the message on his Twitter handle. In the message, it has been said that the Yono account has been blocked. You have been asked to update your PAN card and log in to net banking in the message.
A link has also been shared in it, on which the user will have to click. This link is entirely fake. So please do not click on it at all. And do not share any of your banking or other personal information. This can be a way for cybercriminals to make you a victim of fraud. So please don’t fall for it at all if you are asked for any charge to activate your YONO account. So don’t pay any such amount.
Do not share banking details.
Apart from this, PIB Fact Check has said that never respond to emails or SMS asking you to share your banking details. With this, he has told that if you have received such a similar message, then immediately send its information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nowadays, the cases of cybercrime are increasing rapidly. During the Corona epidemic, most people did banking related work online. In such a situation, cybercriminals are taking advantage of this and making people a victim of fraud.