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Udupi: Money siphoned off from bank account on pretext of KYC

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Udupi: Thousands of rupees were siphoned off from a man’s bank account on the pretext of KYC update. There was an incident of cash being transferred in the same.

K. Nazeer, who has an account at Canara Bank’s Kundapur Branch, received a call from an unidentified person on Wednesday March 22 and sent him a message to update the KYC within 24 hours, in which he mentioned his mobile number to call the customer care.

When he called the number in the message, he claimed to be a bank official and gave him his Aadhaar Card and ATM Card. After obtaining the card details, CVV number and OTP details, Rs. 96,403 was transferred online from Nazir’s account.

A case has been registered at CEN Crime Police Station.

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