PIB Fact Check of Messages of RBI: Digitalization has increased very fast in the country in the last few years. In such a situation, nowadays people have started using a lot of things like digital devices like smartphones, laptops, computers etc. With the increasing impact of digitization, there has been a rapid increase in the cases of cyber crime. Nowadays, cyber criminals adopt various tricks to make people a victim of fraud.
In such a situation, to keep people safe from these crimes, PIB Fact Check the viral message. Nowadays you must have seen many viral messages related to RBI. Many times people get RBI Viral Message, Email etc. In this email, information about the lottery or scheme is given. In such a situation, it is very important to find out whether this message is true or discount. So let us tell you about the truth of these viral messages-
Fact Check has fact-checked the message sent in the name of Reserve Bank of India. PIB has tweeted and said, ‘Beware of fraud in the name of RBI! For the purpose of cheating, fraudsters are sending emails, letters and SMS in the name of Reserve Bank of India or claiming to be officers of the bank.
Fraud is happening in the name of RBI
For some time now, people committing cyber crimes have been sending fake emails, letters and messages in the name of RBI. Along with this, keep in mind that RBI does not ask for personal information by contacting people. Along with this, RBI also does not send any email intimating the prizes of lottery funds and no notification letter of payment has been issued by RBI yet.