How to find out that Aadhaar card is getting miss use | Aadhaar Card: If OTP is not coming then be careful! Your Aadhaar is not being misused, find out like this

Aadhar card has become very important document for us at present. It is not only personal details but also our biometric information in it. As the importance of Aadhar card is increasing, the danger of its misuse is also increasing. OTP is very important, it cannot be shared with anyone. Your little carelessness can prove to be very costly.

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Updated: April 17, 2022 08:05:37 am

Aadhar card is an essential document for every Indian. It is commonly used in many public and private services to verify the identity of an individual. Aadhar card is required to avail government services. Aadhaar number is required for everything including opening a bank account and registering for a job. However, if your Aadhaar card information gets leaked, it can be used against you. If you use Aadhaar and OTP is not coming on your mobile. In that case you should be cautious. There may be some misuse of your Aadhaar.

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Do not share OTP with everyone
In many places, while using the Aadhar card, OTP is received on the registered mobile number, through that OTP, further process is started. OTP is very important, you cannot share it with everyone. Your little carelessness can prove to be very costly. If you are using Aadhaar and you are not getting OTP, then you get alerted. You need to be careful, as your Aadhaar can be misused which can land you in big trouble going forward.

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In this way, check whether Aadhaar is being misused or not
First of all go to the official website of UIDAI. After this, go to Aadhaar Services and select Aadhaar Authentication History.
After this, you have to enter your Aadhaar number and security code. Now you have to choose Generate OTP from the drop-down menu.
After entering the OTP, you will be able to see your Aadhaar Authentication History.
Note that this process can be used only if your phone number is linked with your Aadhar card.
If you feel that the Aadhar card is being misused.
If your phone number is not linked with your Aadhaar, you can make a complaint by calling UIDAI’s emergency hotline 1947. to help you [email protected] You can also contact.

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Link to mobile number by going to Aadhar center
You will be given an Aadhaar correction form to link the phone number. Give correct information in it. Submit the completely filled form to the officer along with a fee of Rs.25. A slip will be given to you after submitting the form. This slip will contain the update request number. With this request number, you can check whether the new mobile number is linked with your Aadhaar or not. Your Aadhaar will be linked with the new mobile number in a few days.

You can register complaint here
If you suspect that your Aadhar card is being misused. If your phone number is not linked with your Aadhaar, you can make a complaint by calling UIDAI’s emergency hotline 1947. You from the authority for assistance [email protected] You can also contact.


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