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Stay away from the phishing emails claiming to be from Reserve Bank of India.

04
Jun
2011

Below image shows the fake email supposedly send by Reserve Bank of India (RBI), that is being circulated on the internet.



If you click on the Click Here to Update Your Account it will take you to a fake RBI site that will collect your customer id and password as shown in the below image.



On clicking the Proceed button you will be directed to the bogus page which will again gather additional personal details.



Such mails are fradulent. Never respond to such emails. Be aware and be alert. In case you have clicked on any links within such an email and or shared any sensitive data, change your credentials immediately.

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