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@Paytm Can you change your name to Binod? Be a game. Let’s go.
– Gabbar (@ Gabbar Singh) 1596821559000
“Done,” Paytm responded to the tweet.
Those of you wondering who Binod is, this is one of the latest memes doing the rounds on social media. The name went viral after a recent popular YouTuber Slayy Point video.
Titled B Why Indian Comments section is garbage (BINOD), the video cuts down on the types of comments made by Indians online.
The meme has now taken over the Internet with many organizations – national and state – using it creatively to send messages to their potential users. For example, the country’s largest public sector bank State Bank of India (SBI) has tweeted to spread awareness about online banking using #Binod. SBI’s tweet states, “If everyone has behaved like #Binod while online, then only fraudulent reports will be less.” It also has an image written in it is Binod. Binod likes to share his name on social media, not his bank statements. ‘
If everyone has behaved like #Binod while online, then only fraudulent reports will be less. #CyberSafety # OnlineFraud… https://t.co/xVbfcCLGC0
– State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) 1596895391000
“Dear #Vinod, we hope your name is not your online password. It’s so viral, change it now! #OnlineSafety, ”tweeted Mumbai Police.
Dear #binod, We hope your name is not your online password. It’s so viral, change it now! #OnlineSafety
– Mumbai Police (@ Mumbai Mumbai) 1596800220000
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