This kind of message has also come to you and you have clicked on its link or applied, then you must check your bank account once. There is a risk of losing your money in this.
Beware of Fake Messages of Mobile Tower Installation
People on the roof of their house or in an empty plot mobile tower Very interested in setting up. This is because there is income without any expenditure. The salary starts coming from the mobile tower equal to that of a man in the family. Then why would no one want a tower to be installed on the roof of his house or a tower on an empty land. But the rule of installing a tower is very special and for this it is necessary to follow all the rules. The Telecom Department also keeps telling about this often. Despite this, people get robbed under the guise of fake messages. If so, then be careful.
In view of the ongoing fraud in the name of mobile tower, the Telecom Department keeps warning that do not get misled by any such message in which money is asked from you. In this type of fraud, it is said in a phone call or message that by installing a mobile tower on the roof of the house, one can easily earn Rs 50,000 a month. This kind of message has also come to you and you have clicked on its link or applied, then you must check your bank account once. There is a risk of losing your money in this.
The Telecom Department issues advisory to avoid such messages or phone calls. Strict instructions are given in the advisory that if any company, agency or any person talks about installing a mobile tower at your house or on vacant land, then beware of it. The department says that such people or agencies do fraud in the name of setting up towers and extort money in return. The department also says that if someone gives such a bluff, asks for money by luring him, then complain against him to the police.
what did the government say
️This letter is #Fake
️TRAI has not issued this letter
— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) August 2, 2022
The Press Information Bureau, a government organization related to the press, has also warned people about this. PIB has said that on social media a company by the name of TRAI is promising monthly salary, rent and advance payment for installation of mobile towers. In return, the company is asking customers for a refundable advance of Rs 5,000-10,000. According to PIB Fact Check, this letter running on social media is fake and TRAI has not issued any such letter. The government is instructing to avoid any such temptation or hoax.