UIDAI Alert: Aadhar card fraud cases are not new. At the same time, in the last few years, there have been cases of leaking of data related to the Aadhaar of the users present with the companies. This is the reason why the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), the regulatory body for Aadhaar cards, has asked people to be alert about fraud related to Aadhaar cards. Along with this, some measures have also been given to protect the identity. In recent months, some cases of fraud related to Aadhaar have raised questions about its security.
UIDAI told people through tweets how they can do online investigation
UIDAI has advised people to avoid such frauds through a tweet. Along with this, he has told that you can check the Aadhaar card of any person online. For this, you have to enter the 12-digit code on this link (https://resident.uidai.gov.in/verify). Apart from this, the Aadhar card can also be checked from the mAadhaar app.
Mere numbers cannot be considered as proof of Aadhaar
UIDAI has stated that mere numbers cannot be considered as proof of Aadhaar. It has advised merchants to verify those numbers on the UIDAI website before accepting them as proof of identity. UIDAI has released a video showing what can be done to maintain the privacy and security of identity data.
These 2 services related to Aadhar stopped
Recently, UIDAI has stopped 2 special services related to Aadhaar. Its effect will be seen on all Aadhar cardholders. UIDAI is the Aadhar card issuing organization and it starts various services related to it from time to time, But this time 2 special services have been closed indefinitely. UIDAI has stopped the facility of updating address in Aadhaar Card through Address Validation Letter till further orders. Apart from this, the service of the Aadhaar Card Reprint in the old style has also been stopped.