Delhi Police warns users about fake ICICI Bank banking webpage

Delhi Police said that it is getting this fake webpage blocked.

| Updated on: Jun 02 2021, 00:38 IST
Fake ICICI Bank login page
Fake ICICI Bank login page (Delhi Police/Twitter)
Fake ICICI Bank login page
Fake ICICI Bank login page (Delhi Police/Twitter)

The cybercrime of Delhi Police is warning netizens about a new scam wherein scamsters are duping ICICI Bank customers into giving their online banking login credentials by taking to a fake online banking webpage.

While replying to a post on Twitter, Delhi Police's cyber-crime cell said that fraudsters are sending a phishing link to users via messages that takes them to a fake ICICI Bank login page that is designed to harvest their login credentials. The message by fraudsters cautions ICICI Bank users that their Account KYC has been suspended and that they need to update their KYC details to continue using various banking services. This message is followed by a link to a fake ICICI Bank login webpage where users can use their credentials to access their account details.

Now, Delhi Police in its message has said that it is getting the site blocked and details checked in order to prevent ICICI Bank users from getting duped by this ponzi scheme.

Now, this is not the first time that Delhi Police's cyber-crime cell has cautioned netizens about a fraud scheme. Recently, the organisation warned users about a scam wherein fraudsters were duping netizens by asking them to verify their numbers due to KYC issues. In its post on Twitter, also shared steps by which users can safeguard themselves. You can check all the details here.

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First Published Date: 01 Jun, 17:24 IST