Wednesday, September 28, 2022

BSNL warning, stay away from such messages or your bank account may be empty

State-run telecom company BSNL has warned its users. BSNL’s warning is about SMS fraud in the country. The company has warned its users that fraudsters are using KYC details to withdraw money from your bank account. BSNL further said that the fraudsters are contacting the customers through SMS and telling them that their BSNL SIM will be deactivated if they do not complete the KYC process. These duplicate SMS are sent with headings like CP-SMSFST, AD-VIRINF, CP-BLMKND, and BP-Itilin. BSNL has explicitly stated that the message is not being sent by the agency, so please stay away from such messages.

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The government and BSNL took steps to address this problem
The government and telecom companies have launched a new SMS template to prevent cases of SMS fraud. The new SMS template will run with the help of blockchain technology. Let us know that BSNL’s new SMS template system has gone live since yesterday. For this reason, many important messages like OTP are not being sent to customers yesterday.

Explain that the company has given a lot of time to other businesses to adopt the new SMS template, but the big companies have not given much importance to it. As per the order of the Delhi High Court, the new SMS verification system has been launched directly from yesterday. Now the verified agency will have to follow the title and footer template recommended by the government for any message to be sent.

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SMS fraud will decrease with the introduction of new system
With the introduction of this new system, SMS fraud will be reduced, as the company will block messages and will not be able to reach customers that will not be able to verify the SMS. However, it is important to be aware of such frauds. The company has warned customers that they should not share any personal information and OTP with anyone over the phone. And if you receive any fake or fraudulent SMS, you can complain to the telecom company or the concerned authorities.

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