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  • Investor Bank Account details provided either as part of the e-Insurance application submitted by the policy holder or based on written request such as change of bank account registered as part of e-insurance account.
  • Payment instrument details provided as part of e-insurance account or received towards Premium both for existing and new policies or as proof for carrying out change of bank account or any other Details of debit card obtained in this regard.
  • Generation and storing Password in encrypted form based on the request from the investor.
  • Biometric information obtained, if any while opening e-Insurance account.
  • Physical, physiological and mental health condition, Sexual orientation, Medical Records received as part of information provided in the policy documents or received from the insurer as part of business arrangement for record and storage.

About Phishing:

IPhishing' is a form of Internet piracy to steal user personal information like Bank account details, passwords and may use the information to cause financial loss or identity theft to the victim.

As an online user, users should be aware about the phishing attacks and advice to follows do’s and don’ts.

  • Phishing attacks are meant for stealing the policyholder data including policy details.
  • Policy holder receives an e-mail which is fraudulent however it seems to be received from legitimate Internet address.
  • The email may contain message to invite policyholder to click on a hyperlink provided as part of the content.
  • The policy holder will be directed to a fake web site which may look similar to
  • The policy holder may be required to provide password, bank account numbers, policy details etc.
  • By providing the above details, the policy holder may fall prey to the phishing attempt.


  • Always logon to a site by typing the proper URL in the address bar.
  • Provide your user id and password only at the authenticated login page which is
  • Please ensure that the URL starts with the text ‘https://’ only and not ‘http:// ‘.The https: stands for 'secured' and indicates Web page uses encryption.
  • Always look for the lock sign at the top right of the browser and the GeoTrust DV SSL CA certificate.
  • CAMS Repository or any of its authorized representatives will never send email/SMS or will call you over phone either landline or mobile to seek your personal information or password.

If you are a victim of phishing, please do the following:

  • Immediately Change your password.
  • Report Phishing.
  • Check your e-policy statement and ensure that it reflects correctly.
  • Report any inconsistencies to both insurer and repository.


  • Never click on any hyperlink provided as part of e-mail from an unkown source or sender. The mail may contain malicious code or could be an attempt to 'Phish'.
  • Don’t provide any personal information on a page coming as a pop-up window.
  • Password or personal details should never be provided over the phone or in response to solicit or unsolicited request over e-mail.
  • Password is strictly confidential and is not known even to Camsrepository employees/ approved persons of the repository. Please don’t reveal to anyone.

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