Fact Check: Did you get a WhatsApp message from the Department of Telecom? If you open it, that’s it .. your account will be empty! | Fact Check about the message forwarding in whatsapp in the name of telecom department is Fake

Fact Check: Did you get a WhatsApp message from the Department of Telecom?  If you open it, that's it .. your account will be empty!

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Fact Check: Have you also seen the application proposal from the Department of Telecom on WhatsApp or any social media platform? One such announcement in recent times has been circulating wildly. If yes, be careful. This is because there is a demand for a registration fee of Rs 15,360. Examining whether this is true .. this application proposal turned out to be completely fake..wrong. So don’t believe it at all. The PIB fact check provided this information.

What’s in the message?

PIB Fact Check tweeted that an application proposal appeared in the name of the Department of Telecommunications, in which a person asked to pay a registration fee of Rs 15,360. This document turned out to be a forgery. So, you also have to be careful. This is a way to deceive yourself. Never share your personal or bank details with a stranger. Cybercrime cases are on the rise right now. During the corona epidemic, people spend most of their time on smartphones or the Internet. It is also being used by criminals.

PIB Fact Check also shared a screenshot of it on its Twitter handle. In this, the person is asked to submit documents like voter ID card or Aadhaar card to apply for the certificate. Of this, you will also have to pay a registration fee of Rs.15,360 in their account. Not only that .. It also asks you for your personal information. For this, the person is asked for phone number, email id, home address, date of birth. The person will be given his / her registration number 1 hour after the date of submission of the documents. The statement also said that the certificate would be issued in 12 to 15 working days.

What is PIB Fact Check?

The PIB fact check confirms false information on government policies or schemes. If you suspect that any news related to the government is fake, you can inform the PIB actual check about it. For this you can send to 918799711259 this mobile number‌ or email email to socialmedia@pib.gov.in.

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