Watch: A customer decides to take action against an Indian bank's scam

A customer recently discovered that a bank has been taking its clients for a ride by charging Rs 100 for programmes that they did not sign up in.

FP Staff March 27, 2017 22:04:43 IST

A customer recently discovered that a bank has been taking its clients for a ride by charging Rs 100 for programmes that they did not sign up in. Now, the customer, Srinivasan has taken it upon himself to make other customers aware of this mistake. So he is running his own Satyagraha online while HDFC goes on to defend itself saying that customers are intimated about all schemes.

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