New Delhi – Reserve Bank of India has alerted people instructing them not to fall prey to fraudsters. In today’s time, many people easily fall prey to fraudsters. In such a situation, after many money scams came to the fore, the Reserve Bank of India issued a warning about possible fraudulent activities. Along with this, the general public has been informed that the bank never contacts the customer through unsolicited phone calls or emails or asks for money or any other kind of personal information.
An e-mail allegedly sent by RBI claims to offer ₹4 crores 62 lakhs on payment of ₹12,500.#PIBFactCheck
▶️ This e-mail is #Fake.
▶️ @RBI does not send emails asking for personal information
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) May 16, 2022
RBI has released a statement, ‘The Reserve Bank shall not maintain money/foreign exchange or any other form of funds to any person or open an account in the name of persons. If any person is doing so, do not be carried away.