Fraud is also being committed by making fake Aadhaar cards and PAN cards. So don't share your Aadhaar number with any stranger. People are cheating in different ways.
People are cheating through different means.
It has come to light that another person took a loan of Rs 70 lakh using an Aadhar card.
The incident took place in Rohtak, Haryana.
The incidence of fraud and forgery is increasing day by day. People are cheating through different means. It has come to light that another person took a loan of Rs 70 lakh using an Aadhar card. The incident took place in Rohtak, Haryana. The fraudsters opened a bank account using a woman's Aadhar card and then took loans of about Rs 70 lakh from banks and finance companies.
The woman who has an Aadhar card had no idea that someone else had taken a loan in her name. When the woman filed her income tax return, she came to know about this fake account. According to a report, the woman is a doctor by profession.
After this, the woman went to the bank and got information that the Aadhar card and PAN card numbers were used incorrectly. After generating CIBIL, the woman came to know that a loan of around Rs. The woman then lodged a complaint at the police station.
Avoid Fraud -
- Keep your Aadhar card with you and do not give it to anyone.
- Fraud is being committed even by making fake Aadhaar cards, PAN cards. So don't share your Aadhaar number with any stranger.
- Provides an option to lock and unlock the Aadhaar card through the UIDAI app. Lock the Aadhaar number when you don't need it and, if necessary, unlock it. This will prevent misuse of the Aadhaar.
- Do not provide Aadhaar number, OTP, personal or bank details on phone calls, e-mails, or messages from unknown persons.
- Save the digital Aadhar card in your mobile to reduce the risk of losing the Aadhar card.
- Link your mobile number to Aadhaar so that messages related to it will continue to reach you.