RBI Alert: Money is being sought from you in the name of RBI? so be careful
Money is being asked from you in the name of RBI? So be careful.
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RBI Alert: Suppose you have a complaint with your bank, you have complained. If someone is asking you for money in the name of RBI to settle this complaint quickly. So be careful right away.
RBI Alert: Suppose you have a complaint with your bank, you have complained. If someone is asking you for money in the name of RBI to settle this complaint quickly. So be careful right away. This case is about Fraud. The Reserve Bank of India i.e. RBI itself has given this information.
RBI says that misinformation is being spread on social media about its Integrated Ombudsman Scheme 2021. The money is being demanded in the name of speedy disposal of complaints or help in filing complaints against entities working under the central bank.
These regulated entities include banks, non-banking financial companies and non-bank system participants.
RBI has made it clear that it has not appointed any institution for redressal of complaints against regulated entities. RBI has created a free grievance redressal mechanism under the Integrated Ombudsman Scheme, in which no fee is charged in any form or manner.
Complaints can be made through e-mail:
Customers who have any complaints against regulated entities for deficiency in services can directly register their complaints by e-mailing them on the Grievance Management System portal or by going to CRPC directly.
Apart from this, Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das launched a new service, through which more than 400 million feature phone or general mobile phone users will be able to make digital payments in a secure way. People who do not have an internet connection can make digital payments through this service launched by the name ‘UPI 123pay’ and this service will work on ordinary phones.
Das had said that till now the services of UPI are mainly available on smartphones, due to which people from the lower strata of the society are not able to use them. He said that this is especially so in rural areas. He had said that in the financial year 2021-22 so far, UPI transactions have reached Rs 76 lakh crore, as against Rs 41 lakh crore in the previous financial year.