Hyderabad, March 7 : “Beware of Spurious/Fraud phone calls. Unauthorised people may try to entice you with alluring offers on your LIC policies”, says a cautionary notification to its customers. The notification warns its customers against such misleading calls from people posing as LIC officials or any other official.
The LIC (Life Insurance Corporation of India) has requested the people not to entertain calls from unverified sources and not to be tempted by any exaggerated promises of any monetary benefit an reveal your policy details or make any payment to anyone or surrender your policy. “In case you receive such calls, please file an FIR with the police with details of the phone number from where you got the call and also report it to us with copy of police complaint (if FIR is filed) at firstname.lastname@example.org.”, it says.
It may be recalled here that a few days, an incident of a city lady doctor losing more than a Crore of Rupees, by responding to fraud phone calls about her LIVC policy getting Huge Bonus has come to light.
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