Aadhaar linkage to banks is facilitating crimes.

unAadhaarit

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If well educated and well informed people like a retired IAS officer and State Election Commissioner can be duped/robbed then how safe is a common man's life savings in a bank, when it is connected to Aadhaar?
Fraudulent transactions: Fazilka man held for duping retired IAS officer of Rs 50,000
HP state election commissioner duped of Rs 30,000
 

Dhiraj

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If well educated and well informed people like a retired IAS officer and State Election Commissioner can be duped/robbed then how safe is a common man's life savings in a bank, when it is connected to Aadhaar?
Fraudulent transactions: Fazilka man held for duping retired IAS officer of Rs 50,000
HP state election commissioner duped of Rs 30,000
Inspite of so many warnings and alerts from banks NOT TO SHARE YOUR OTP or any bank information with anyone, why do these people keep repeating same mistakes and falling prey ?
 


amish

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Because UIDAI said that there are laws which will take care of crimes.

So people should be worry free.
 

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OT: Why is this thread title, OP's handle and writing style is giving me "Warthog" vibes?. No offence meant.
 


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Guard duped of Rs 40,000 over ‘Aadhaar linking’
This is the public on whom Aadhaar and online transactions are being forces upon.
“As per the complainant, he had told the caller that he frequently received messages from the bank informing him that he should not share his account details. The caller, however, managed to convince Tawde that he is calling from his bank and told the complainant that if he did not reveal the details, the bank would deduct Rs 2,000 from his account,” added the officer.
Same tact as Govt, If you don't link Aadhaar your bank account, mobile and other services will be blocked. How can the citizen distinguish between a Govt official and criminal?