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Chief Treasurer appeals to pensioners to beware of cyber thugs

Rudrapur: Chief Treasury Officer Dr. Pankaj Kumar Shukla has appealed to all the pensioners of the district to beware of cyber thugs. He said that at present such complaints are being received that calls are being made on the mobile numbers of pensioners by cyber thugs and the data of pensioners is being sought in relation to the living certificate by posing as treasury worker.

Dr. Shukla said that some pensioners have been informed that a person calling from mobile numbers like 7044534165 and 8609657519, posing as a treasury employee, is asking for their personal data from the pensioners in relation to the life certificate, such persons are treasury personnel. It is not.

No details being asked

He has informed all the pensioners of the district that no details are being sought by calling any pensioner regarding the living certificate from the treasury and sub-treasury. If any pensioner receives this type of call, then do not share your data and information with anyone. Immediately report this to your nearest treasury and cyber police station, so that cyber fraud can be avoided.

He also made aware all the pensioners about the process and arrangement of submission of living certificate and said that pensioners can deposit the living certificate in any treasury or common service center in the state or through India Postal Payment Bank Ltd. There is also a system to submit the living certificate by the pensioner.

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