UIDAI warns ⚠ With Aadhaar card done on Whatsapp or Facebook, this work will be ‘take-away’,

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UIDAI warns ⚠ With Aadhaar card done on Whatsapp or Facebook, this work will be 'take-away',
UIDAI warns ⚠ With Aadhaar card done on Whatsapp or Facebook, this work will be 'take-away',

UIDAI warns: Reports related to burglary in bank accounts and fraud with government scheme, etc. are also reported after stealing the necessary data from Aadhar card.




The 12-digit Aadhaar Card issued by the Indian Government is not only an important document, but it also states our complete identity. In these 12 digits, everything from our eyes, fingerprints, to our date of birth, home address etc. remains in store. Apart from this, due to our mobile number and account number being linked to it, its importance has increased even more. UIDAI /Aadhaar Card: If the mobile number is not registered with Aadhaar, it will be stuck

Being of such importance, it becomes very necessary to keep the Aadhar card saved. A little misunderstanding of ours can put us in great trouble. Reports related to burglary in bank accounts and fraud with government scheme etc. are also exposed after stealing the necessary data from Aadhar card. In such a situation, UIDAI, the government agency that issues the Aadhaar card, also frequently issues alerts. Aadhar Card Alert: UIDAI issued alert regarding Aadhaar card, if it works, it will be difficult!

UIDAI alert 

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has issued an advisory for its customers. The UIDAI warned that people should not share their Aadhaar card information on social media. Aadhaar is one of the most important documents, so it should not be shared on public places like social media. uidai starts new service now you can update your name address gender and dob in aadhaar

Message in personal inbox only 

Often people want to solve Aadhaar related problems on the UIDAI’s Twitter and Facebook page and share their Aadhaar number on the same. The agency has warned that for Aadhaar related problems, users should message in the agency’s personal inbox. UIDAI says that if any service is availed from the Aadhaar card, then OTP is sent to the mobile phone first for its verification. Aadhaar Card Update: Check online at UIDAI website uidai.gov.in

Information is given on the message on giving OTP

OTP is sent to the mobile number to authenticate Aadhaar related online services and all information is sent via SMS and email. To avail them, go to the nearest Aadhaar center and update the mobile number and email ID in your Aadhaar. Therefore, link Aadhar card to mobile phone.

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