New Delhi: The incidence of online fraud has been steadily rising in the last few days. Cheating is mainly done using SIM cards. Often new using Aadhaar card SIM card Is taken. However, many do not know how many SIM cards have been taken using their Aadhaar card. Anyone can buy a new SIM card using your Aadhar card and this new mobile is used for wrong work. In that case, you may be in trouble. So it is important to know how many mobile numbers have been issued on your Aadhar card.
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) had launched a portal for this a few days back. With this you can know how many SIM cards are taken on a single basis. Also, you can request on the website to block the illegal SIM card issued on Aadhaar. DoT In this regard, Telecom Analytics for Fraud Management and Consumer Protection (TAFCOP) Website was released. However, this service is currently available across the country. According to the website, it is currently only available to users in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The service will soon be available to people in other states as well.
Users can find out how many mobile numbers have been issued on Aadhaar through the website. To do this, first open the tafcop.dgtelecom.gov.in website through a browser. Then enter the mobile number linked to Aadhaar and request for OTP. After that 6 digit OTP will come on your number. After verifying the OTP, you will be redirected to the next page. Here you will find information about all the mobile numbers registered on your basis. If you feel a number is unauthorized, you can also report it by clicking on that number.