India Post: India Post warns the public about fake websites claiming to provide subsidies.
India Post: India Post on Saturday issued necessary information to the general public, giving instructions to avoid counterfeiters. He warned the public to be wary of fake website URLs claiming to provide government subsidies through some surveys and answers to questions. According to an official statement from the Ministry of Communications, India Post has said that it wants to inform the citizens of the country that India Post is not involved in any activity like subsidy, bonus or reward announcement based on survey etc.
People who receive such notifications / messages / emails are asked not to believe or respond to them. Share fake and fake messages or any personal information. The general public is also requested not to share personally identifiable information such as date of birth, account number, mobile number, place of birth and OTP, India Post said.
India Post also said that they are taking necessary steps to prevent these URLs / links / websites from circulating through various blockchain methods. “The public is once again urged not to believe or respond to any fake / fake messages / communications / links,” the official statement said.
Fake News Alert: India Post is not running any lucky draw.
A message from India Post circulating on social media states that you can win a prize of Rs 6,000 by participating in the lucky draw. The fact is that India Post is not running a lucky draw. India Post Office has also tweeted about this fraud. Therefore, people are advised not to fall prey to false news about Lucky Draw.
This is a scam and has nothing to do with India Post.
– PIB FactCheck (IPIBFactCheck) April 22, 2022