The Press Information Bureau, a government-owned press agency, tweeted that the virus was a fake. It was decided that such transactions would not be allowed. That said, each toll plaza will have a unique code. The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) has also clarified the matter. She says there are no rumors coming up on social media. Payment Infrastructure clarified that person-to-person transactions are not allowed. The video, which went viral on social media, said it was completely baseless and false. The National Payments Corporation of India posted a detailed tweet on Twitter on the matter.
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“NETC handles Fastag Person to Merchant (P2M) transactions only. Person-to-person (P2P) transactions are not permitted through the NETC Fastag network, ”NPCI tweeted. That means you can not make fraudulent transactions through the Fastag ecosystem and steal your money.
Digital payment company Paytm also responded to the matter. Paytm claims that there is false information in the video that is going viral about Paytm Fastag. According to NETC guidelines, Fastag payments can only be made to registered merchants. It has been tested several times, and Paytm says Fastag is completely safe.
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