New Delhi, Business Desk. In today’s time, who doesn’t need an Aadhaar card. Whether you have to open an account with a bank, get a new SIM card or file an income tax return, having an Aadhaar card helps you a lot more. This is the reason that if you are going to hire a tenant in your house or are looking to rent a shop, then you ask for an Aadhaar card from your tenant because the Aadhaar number is based on biometric data and any person can re-Aadhaar Cannot make card.
However, people living under the influence of fraud often change the card number and get a new plastic card made. In such a situation, before accepting the Aadhaar card of any person, you should check whether the Aadhaar number given by him is correct or not.
If you check the truth of the Aadhaar number before accepting it, then in future you will be able to trace the person if needed. Aadhaar Card Issuing Organization facilitates verification of Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) Aadhaar number as well as registered mobile number and email id with a person’s Aadhaar. The process associated with this is quite easy.
Let’s know how to verify Aadhaar number
First of all log on to the official website of UIDAI https://uidai.gov.in/.
On the website, you will see a tab of ‘My Aadhaar’.
In this, you have to look at ‘Aadhaar Services’.
Here you will get the option of ‘Verify an Aadhaar Number’.
Click on ‘Verify an Aadhaar Number’.
Enter the captcha code here with the 12 digit Aadhaar number and then click on ‘Proceed to Verify’.
Now if the Aadhaar number provided by the person is correct, then you will see the last three digits of that person’s age, gender, state and mobile number. You can match this data to the data entered on the Aadhaar card.