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India Post issues warning against fake websites claiming to provide subsidies

"Public at large is once again requested not to believe or respond to any fake/spurious messages/communications / links," reads the official statement.

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India Post on Saturday warned the public against fraudulent website URLs circulating on social media claiming of providing government subsidies through certain surveys, and quizzes.

“We wish to inform the citizens of the Country that India Post is not involved in any such activities like announcing Subsidies, Bonuses or Prizes based on Surveys, etc. Public receiving such notifications/messages /emails are requested not to believe or respond to such fake and spurious messages or share any personal details,” reads the official statement from the Ministry of Communications.

It is also requested the common public not share any personally identifiable information such as date of birth, account numbers, mobile numbers, place of Birth and OTP, etc. India Post also said that they are taking necessary action to prevent these URLs / links / Websites from circulating through various prevention mechanisms.

“Public at large is once again requested not to believe or respond to any fake/spurious messages/communications / links,” reads the official statement.

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