India Post warns the public against fraudulent websites claiming to provide prizes via certain surveys and quizzes

Over the past few days, India Post has observed the spread of various URLs/websites on social media such as WhatsApp, Telegram, Instagram and through emails/SMS containing tiny URLs/short URLs, claiming to provide government grants through certain surveys, quizzes.

India Post wishes to inform the citizens of the country that India Post is not involved in such activities such as announcing grants, bonuses or survey based prizes etc. The public receiving such notifications/messages/emails are requested not to believe or respond to such bogus and false messages or share any personal information. It is also asked not to share personally identifiable information such as date of birth, account numbers, mobile numbers, place of birth and OTP, etc. India Post Payments Bank Recruitment 2022: Apply for 12 senior positions at ippbonline.com; Check the details here.

India Post however takes necessary measures to prevent such URLs/links/websites from being removed through various prevention mechanisms. The general public is once again urged not to believe or respond to any false/fake posts/communications/links.

(The story above first appeared on LatestLY on April 26, 2022 at 8:42 p.m. IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle , log in to our website latestly.com).

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