Aadhaar Card Alerts: Aadhar card is one of the most important documents of the country. In the year 2009, the then Central Government had started the Aadhaar card scheme for every citizen in the country. Since then the utility of Aadhaar has been increasing continuously. Nowadays Aadhaar is used everywhere as an ID proof. Aadhar card is used nowadays to open a bank account, to buy property, to take advantage of government subsidy, during travel etc. It is used everywhere.
Along with the increasing utility of Aadhaar, cyber crime cases are also increasing. Nowadays many cyber criminals are stealing the information of Aadhaar and making people a victim of fraud. Your biometric information was entered while opening the bank account. In such a situation, cyber criminals steal money from your account through Aadhaar. In such a situation, UIDAI has alerted the citizens on this matter. So let’s know about this-
UIDAI tweeted a warning
UIDAI, the issuing body of Aadhaar, has given information on this matter by tweeting. UIDAI has warned people by tweeting that do not share your Aadhaar related OTP with any person even by forgetting. Along with this, do not give permission to link another mobile number with your Aadhaar. If any person asks you for Aadhar OTP in the name of KYC, then do not do it even by forgetting. By doing this your biometric information will be leaked and you will become a victim of fraud.
#AadhaarEssentials#Aadhaar OTP is a convenient and powerful tool to use Aadhaar #authentication from anywhere. Use it yourself. Never share it with anyone else for use on your behalf.
To check the mobile number on which you will receive Aadhaar OTP, see: pic.twitter.com/OxxEOJ4vyx
— Aadhaar (@UIDAI) June 2, 2022
In this way you can be a victim of fraud
On using the Aadhar card, an OTP comes to your registered mobile number. In such a situation, people committing cyber crimes steal all personal details by entering this OTP. After this, you can empty the bank account through your Aadhaar. Apart from this, illegal work can also be done through your Aadhaar. In such a situation, do not share the information of Aadhaar even without thinking without thinking.
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