UIDAI cautions! Aadhaar card holder should never do this work, otherwise it will be cheated

    UIDAI cautions! Aadhaar card holder should never do this work, otherwise it will be cheated

    UIDAI beware of fraudsters: Incidents of fraud have become common in the digital age. Our little carelessness can cause us great harm. UIDAI has also alerted the aadhar card holders by tweeting that what they should keep in mind, so that you do not get caught in any hoax or fraud. Aadhaar is a biometric identity issued by UIDAI. Linking Aadhaar with bank account and PAN has been made mandatory. In such a situation, Aadhar card holders need to be more alert. Let us know what

    alert has been given by UIDAI …

    Never share Aadhaar OTP

    UIDAI has said that never share Aadhaar OTP with others. This can become a major reason for fraud.


    Do not give personal details

    Often fraudsters ask for the information related to the Aadhar card in the name of updating KYC. UIDAI clearly says that never share personal details with anyone.

    Do not download e-Aadhaar from public computer


    UIDAI says that never use public computers at internet cafes or kiosks to download e-Aadhaar.

    keep mobile number updated

    UIDAI says that always keep your mobile number updated in Aadhaar. If you have any doubts about your mobile number or email ID linked with Aadhaar, then get it verified immediately by visiting the Aadhaar website https://resident.uidai.gov.in/verify-email-mobile.

    Use Masked Aadhaar or VID

    It is not necessary that you disclose your 16 digit Aadhaar number everywhere. Instead you can use VID (Virtual ID) or Masked Aadhaar. It is completely valid.

    UIDAI does not ask for your details

    UIDAI has said that no phone, SMS or email is sent from its side for the information of the Aadhaar card holder, in which the information of Aadhaar OTP is asked. So if you get such a message then be careful.



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