UIDAI has provided a unique option for Aadhaar cardholders so that you can check misuse of Aadhar Card in a few steps. Now, linking your Aadhaar number with your bank accounts has become mandatory. Aadhaar is an important document that works as an address proof and ID proof for the citizens.
To take advantage of any government scheme or to make any necessary documents, an Aadhaar card is mandatory. If you give Aadhar Xerox to take advantage of government or non-government schemes, you will surely doubt that it can be misused anywhere.
You can quickly get your doubts resolved and also know whether your Aadhaar number has been misused or not.
How to Check the Misuse of Aadhaar Card Online?
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has provided this unique facility to Aadhaar cardholders. This is the Aadhaar Authentication History, where you will get all your Aadhaar card usage history.
Through this option, you can get all the details of the Aadhaar card where it has been used. If you notice any misuse of Aadhaar usage in the ‘Aadhaar authentication history, you can notify the authority.
For this, visit the official website of UIDAI https://uidai.gov.in and follow the steps below to go further.
1: In the My Aadhaar section on the home page, you will find the Aadhaar Authentication History option. Click on ‘Aadhaar Authentication History.
2: The next page will appear as soon as you click on the Aadhaar Authentication History; here, you have to enter a 12-digit Aadhaar number or a 16-digit virtual ID. I think the Aadhaar number is more favourable. Enter the security code on the right and click ‘Send OTP‘.
3: On the next page, select the ‘All’ option in the Aadhaar authentication type, enter the date range (it will be a maximum of six months), the number of records, and verify OTP.
On the next page, you will find the Date, Time, AUA name, and AUA Transaction ID, i.e. all the Aadhaar usage history. So, in this way, you can check in a few seconds whether your Aadhaar card has been misused or not.
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