Heard About “MODI” Fraud?

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday cautioned citizens against falling victim to frauds perpetrated through the use of mobile phones and the internet.
Narendra Modi, who enjoys a stupendous popularity in social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, posted on Wednesday the specimen of a letter that had been circulated with a wrong attribution to him.

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“People receive tempting offers of gift prizes and other swindling schemes over their mobile phones or via the internet,” Modi said in his monthly ‘Mann Ki Baat’ address over the radio, referring to reports of women committing suicide after being duped in this manner.
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“A new way of digital crime is where criminals falsely get your bank, credit card details and soon find their accounts emptied of money. People should become aware and not fall into the trap of such tempting offers,” the Prime Minister added.
“A new way of digital crime is where criminals falsely get your bank, credit card details and soon find their accounts emptied of money. People should become aware and not fall into the trap of such tempting offers,” the Prime Minister added.
Cautioning people, the PMO tweeted: “Few appeals with PM’s ‘signature’ are circulated on social media. Such documents are not authentic.”

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“These are new ways thrown up by technology to loot the public. I know of a retired person with a daughter to marry off and a home to build, who received such a gift offer from abroad, asking that he first deposit Rs 2 lakh in a bank as customs duty for receiving the item,” he said.
In January, Modi’s Twitter followers surpassed that of superstar Shah Rukh Khan. Modi, then, became the second most followed Indian on Twitter with over 17,371,600 followers, compared to Khan’s 17,351,100.

 

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