Google launches Verified Call can get rid of banking and call fraud

Google launches Verified Call can get rid of banking and call fraud

Google launches Verified Call can get rid of banking and call fraud. Google has launched Verified Calls. This is for Android devices. Under this feature, Android users will be able to get the information that the business call is genuine is fraud. This feature can also protect against many types of fraud.

Google launches Verified Call can get rid of banking and call fraud

In fact, these days many companies provide service through a call. There are also customer care, in such a situation, frauds or cybercriminals from the other side make calls by speaking to Kanny.

Verified Calls will help the users to know whether the call is from the right company or someone is fraudulent. Google is launching this feature in India including the US, Brazil, Spain and Mexico.

There are many types of fraud in India, from SIM swapping, e-SIM fraud, which are call based. Under this, the frauds tell themselves about the customer care of the telecom company and take information from the people and blow their hard earned money in a moment.

Google Verified is not an app, but a feature of Android that will be inbuilt in almost all Android smartphones. In a few days, Google will push this feature through Android update and then you will be able to use it.

For verified Calls, Google will partner with companies so that users can get information about companies at the time of the call. You can also understand this by taking the example of true collar. For example, when you receive a call on a true caller, it appears that the caller is calling from which company. Google’s verified call feature is also slightly different.

True caller only shows the name of the business from where the call is coming. But in Google verified calling, you will also get information about why the call is being made. The company was testing for this for some time. The company believes that both business and users will benefit from this feature.


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