Nowadays it has become almost impossible to do any work without Aadhar Card. Aadhar has become necessary for admission of child till opening of bank account. This is the reason that all the information present in Aadhaar must be correct and updated. What if all the information is correct but the Aadhar number itself is wrong. In view of this, UIDAI has issued a warning to the people. Let us tell you what is the whole matter and how you can avoid this fraud:
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All 12 digit numbers should not be considered as Aadhaar
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on Thursday warned that not all 12-digit numbers should be considered as Aadhaar. According to UIDAI, while taking Aadhaar as ID proof, its verification is necessary.
UIDAI tweeted alert
UIDAI has issued this alert on a tweet on Twitter. In this tweet, UIDAI has written that not all 12 digital numbers are Aadhaar. For this reason, UIDAI has suggested that Aadhaar should be verified before accepting it as an identity proof. In such a situation, if you do any such work in which you have needed someone’s Aadhaar, then definitely check whether the Aadhaar number given by him is correct or not. UIDAI has also given its own method to verify the Aadhaar number.
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Check this way the given Aadhaar number is correct or not
>> For this directly go to the link given by UIDAI at resident.uidai.gov.in/verify.
>> Here now you have to enter the 12 digits entered in the Aadhar card. After filling the captcha, click on the Verify button.
>> By doing this you will know whether the given Aadhaar number is correct or not. If correct, the authenticity of the 12 digit Aadhaar number number will be visible to you on the screen.