Aadhaar Card is the most used document to verify identity in India. Today Aadhaar number which is a 12-digit unique identification number is almost everywhere required in the government and private sectors.
Our Aadhaar card is also linked with the bank account and PAN card. Our mobile number is also linked with both bank accounts and Aadhaar cards. So the security of Aadhaar cards becomes more necessary for us to secure our personal information and banking details.
The Aadhaar agency UIDAI already offers various services on its official website that allows users to check the information regarding the Aadhaar. Now the Department of Telecom has launched the Telecom Analytics for Fraud management and Consumer Protection (TAFCOP) that allows mobile users to check the number of SIM cards registered in their Aadhaar.
Getting a SIM card in India is not a difficult task, anyone can get SIM by using the right required documents. There may be a risk of an unknown SIM card registered with Aadhaar. But now you don’t need to worry about that because at the TAFCOP website you can easily check the number of registered SIM cards with Aadhaar.
Follow These Step-by-step Guide To Check The Number Of Registered SIMs with Aadhaar Card:
- Visit the official TAFCOP website (https://tafcop.dgtelecom.gov.in/) to check the number of registered sim cards with Aadhaar.
- Enter your 10-digit mobile number in the dialogue box and then click on the “Request OTP” button.
- You will receive an OTP in your entered mobile number, enter it into the box.
- Then click on the Submit button.
After successful submission, you will see a list of linked numbers with Aadhaar. If you have any doubts about any listed number then you can complain there.