New Delhi, 04 June: Recently, many people claimed to have received a “Funds Release Order” allegedly issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) requesting a deposit of Rs 34,500 instead of releasing the beneficiary’s funds to their bank account.
However, it is important to note that this is a fraudulent message and that RBI has made no such claims and that the fraudsters have impersonated the government organization to dupe people with fraud. ‘silver. Fraudsters impersonate government organizations to trick people with money.
According to the government’s GDP fact-checking team, the RBI made no such claim and the fraudsters impersonated the government organization to dupe people with money.
In a tweet by GDP fact-checking handle @PIBFactCheck, the agency said: ”A ‘funds release order’ allegedly issued by the Reserve Bank of India requests a deposit of Rs 34,500 instead of release beneficiary funds from #PIBFactCheck This email is #Fake. @RBI does not send emails requesting personal information.””
– GDP Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) June 4, 2022
If further says that the central bank does not send any emails intimating the allocation of lottery funds.
By depositing Rs 34,500, the person will receive funds in his bank account by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
This letter is FALSE. RBI does not send such letters intimating the attribution of lottery fraud.
Article first published: Saturday, June 4, 2022, 5:04 p.m. [IST]