Online Aadhar Card Fraud Cases – Aadhaar Complains
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Now ATM gets cheated online from Aadhar card
Previously we have seen cases ATM fraud around us, but now aadhar fraud matters are also become very famous. There are many fraud cases occur with aadhar card number. If not sure, then one case can make you sleepy away.
A female Asha Supervisor of the village near the city had an honorarium deposit of last 5 months. Called him on Thursday. Caller named his name Rahul and said that he is speaking from the CMEO office and recently the government has implemented GST.
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If its provisions have not been completed, the account will be closed. After asking the Aadhaar card number to the woman, she asked about the OTP (One Time Password) that came to the mobile. First woman refused to tell by saying that the bank has refused to give confidential information.
Then the caller took the woman into confidence by saying that the ATM pin should not be given. On this, the lady told him the OTP. After this, two more OTPs came, the woman told the caller. After a while, the message came out of the money in three installments in his phone.
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This amount was transferred through the payu wallet and Idea Money. The woman reached Kotwali with her complaint, but the police could not find any information regarding the caller’s ID.
Government Speaks In Parliament – Beneficiaries Aadhar Data Shows On 210 Websites
In the Parliament on Wednesday, the government said that on 210 websites of Central and State Government departments, personal information and aadhar numbers of beneficiaries can be seen.
Minister of State for Electronics and IT PP Chowdhury in a written reply in the Lok Sabha said that UIDAI (Indian Unique Identification Authority) is regularly monitoring the situation and is trying to remove aadhaar data from these websites.
It was found that the name, address and other information and aadhar number of the beneficiaries can be seen on the website of the Central and State Governments and many educational institutions. He assured that the UID data leak has not been done by UIDAI.
11 Million complaints against central government departments in 2016
Last year more than 11 lakh complaints were received against different departments of the Central Government. Union Minister Jitendra Singh said that this number was 33 percent more than the year 2015. In the Lok Sabha, he said that a total of 11,71,918 complaints were received through the Central Public Grievances Redressal and Monitoring System, out of which 98 per cent complaints were settled.