New Delhi: Are you getting phone calls offering medicines? If you are, then State Bank of India (SBI) has an important notice for you. The SBI has asked its customers to verify and then make any payment, if required.Also Read - T20 World Cup: Rashid Khan's Heartwarming Message to Fans in Afghanistan After Win Over Scotland is Going Viral
India is witnessing second wave of Covid cases, and demand for medicines are quite high. The onslaught of Covid has affected the treatment for other diseases very badly. In this scenario, it has come to the notice of State Bank of India that fraudsters have been trying to hoax people by offering medicines. The SBI has asked its customers to remain alert about such phone calls and don’t fall prey by making any payment. Also Read - Aryan Khan Bail Plea Hearing Live Updates: Will Bombay HC Grant Bail to Shah Rukh Khan’s Son?
“Stay Safe from Covid and Fraudsters! It has come to our notice that fraudsters are attempting to lure people by offering life saving and other medicines while asking them to transfer money in their bank account,” State Bank of India (SBI) tweeted. Also Read - IPL 2022: Should Ravindra Jadeja Leave CSK And Lead Ahmedabad? Brad Hogg to a Fan Question
“We advise people to verify these claims and take informed decisions. Stay alert, stay safe,” SBI tweeted. “Please ensure to verify the authenticity of the beneficiary you are dealing with before making any payment,” State Bank of India stated.