does not ask for the details of your
account/PIN/password. Therefore anyone pretending to
be asking you for information from the
bank/technical team may be fraudulent entities, so
please beware. You should know how to operate net
transactions and if you are not familiar you may
refrain from doing so. You may seek bank's guidance
in this regard. Bank is not responsible for online
transactions going wrong.
also not be responsible for wrong transactions and
wanton disclosure of details by you. Viewing option
and transactions option on the net are different.
You may exercise your option diligently.
It has come
to the notice of Reserve Bank of India that mail has
been sent in its name 'inviting bank customers to
update their bank account details against online
phishing'. The Reserve Bank has clarified that it
has NOT sent any such email.
further clarified that the Reserve Bank or banks
never issue communication asking for bank account
details for any purpose. The Reserver Bank has
appealed to members of public not to respond to such
mails and not to share their bank account details
with anyone for any purpose