- Neeraj Chopra won India’s only gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics 2020
- RBI ropes Neeraj Chopra for banking fraud awareness campaign
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has started a public awareness campaign warning people against digital banking frauds. For the new campaign, RBI has roped in the Gold medalist of Tokyo Olympics 2020 Neeraj Chopra. The top back has asked people to be cautious as doing so can protect them from a lot of troubles.
“@RBI Kehta Hai…Along with @Neeraj_chopra1. A little caution takes care of a lot of trouble. Never respond to requests to share PIN, OTP or bank account details. Block your card if stolen, lost or compromised,” RBI said in a tweet.
.@RBI Kehta Hai…— RBI Says (@RBIsays) August 10, 2021
Along with @Neeraj_chopra1
A little caution takes care of a lot of trouble.
Never respond to requests to share PIN, OTP or bank account details.
Block your card if stolen, lost or compromised.#rbikehtahai #StaySafe #BeAware #BeSecure #Tokyo2020 pic.twitter.com/v9aeOG7ZMP
In the video, Neeraj Chopra can be seen conveying the messages from RBI on safe digital banking. “RBI says not to share your OTP, CVV, ATM Pin with anyone, change your online banking passwords and pins from time to time and if you lose your ATM card, credit card then block it immediately”.
He concluded the video by saying that the top bank says to be informed and stay alert.
Several banks including the State Bank of India (SBI), have time and again have been warning their customers against online banking frauds. The Indian banks have been tweeting with the tips for safe online banking practices.
After winning the only gold medal of India at the recently-concluded Tokyo Olympics 2020, Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra on Monday arrived back home to a thunderous and grand welcome. On Saturday, Neeraj won a gold medal and this was the first medal won by an Indian athlete in track and field in the Games.
He said that he is really happy to win the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 and he has now set his eyws on the 2022 Asian Games.
Talking to ANI, Chopra said, “I want to thank everyone in the country, it is due to their blessings and I am really happy to win a gold medal.
“I did my best and now I look forward to the Asian Games that will take place next year”.