If any person has called you as an employee of Airtel or Vodafone or other telephone operator network and is asking for Aadhaar Details then do not share it.
Banking frauds are very vicious. Those people often make prey to innocent people. Under the cover of changing techniques and changing rules of government, these people have also created new ways of cheating. These people are now taking cyber banking loot by asking the Aadhaar Details from the customers and taking OTP information.
Nowadays, to warn you about this kind of messages coming up on WhatsApp, or on other social media platforms, if any person has called you as an employee of Airtel or Vodafone or other telephone operator network and is seeking a Aadhaar Details from you Do not share it.
UIDAI in its tweet said that “We urge you to be very discreet about your Aadhaar & other identity documents. Do not share the document no. or a printed copy with anyone”.
Such calls are fake as neither the cellular companies nor the Unique Identification Authority of India (which provides the Aadhaar number), nor any such information from the bank is sought from the customer. If someone gave someone the Aadhaar Details on the phone then fraudulent or fraudulent people can call OTP on the phone again. After this linking your account, they can withdraw your account balance in a moment.
AB Pandey, CEO of the Unique Identification Authority of India, has advised people to avoid such calls. He said that to link the bank account from the aadhaar, either login to the bank’s real website or login to the banks and link it to itself. Let the bank also often send messages to the mobile or print advertisements in newspapers to alert the customers that do not share any information related to the bank with any other person. It is worth noting that after the ban, banking incidents of cyber fraud have increased in recent days.