TrueCaller breached privacy by sharing data with ICICI bank.

As per rumors, in a breach of privacy of the users, TrueCaller  has registered its users to a UPI account with ICICI bank without their permission, reported by media on Tuesday.

According to reports of Baaghitv, rumors are making the rounds, the bug in caller-ID application Truecaller has breached the privacy of users, and have shared data with other organizations.The application Truecaller risked its users’ financial data on Tuesday, 30 July. The application, which helps people avoid spam callers, started registering users to the Unified Payment Interface (UPI) account with ICICI Bank without their permission.

Truecaller’s payment service works in India through its payments partner ICICI Bank, which facilitates UPI service for the platform.The bug in Truecaller became active when one downloaded the app’s 10.41.6 update. These reports are based on rumors as it has not been confirmed yet and an official response by Truecaller is awaiting on it.

Stay tuned to Baaghitv for more updates.

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