How to check which bank account has been linked to your Aadhaar number

By Gizbot Bureau

    A few days back, the Indian government has made some mandatory changes to verify and link Aadhaar of their customers with their accounts on Banks. Moreover, those who open new bank accounts must submit Aadhaar information in order to link them.As per the government's order, the deadline has been postponed to March 31, 2018, from December 31, 2017. However, it is not clear and precise as of now when it comes to deadlines.

    How to check which bank account has been linked to your Aadhaar number

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    As a consequence, you've been asked to link your Aadhaar card through messages in SMS, net banking, and other mediums. You can check whether your Aadhaar has been linked to your bank account either by desktop or mobile phone. We have compiled both the ways below for your reference

    Step 1: Go to Aadhaar's official site ""

    Step 2: Now, click on 'Check Aadhaar & Bank Account Linking Status'

    Step 3: After that, it will ask you to enter your Aadhaar number and security code.

    Step 4: Once done, the OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number that is present in the Aadhaar database.

    Step 5: Now, enter the OTP and click on 'Login'

    If you want to check with your mobile phone, follow the below steps

    Step 1: Dial *99*99*1# (You will be incurred charge of Rs. 50p)

    Step 2: Now it will ask you to enter your 12 digit Aadhaar number

    Step 3: Once you are done entering, it will ask you for confirmation. In this either you can change if any mistake is being done or press confirms to go ahead.

    Step 4: Once confirmed, it will show you the bank account linked to Aadhaar

    The above method will show you only the latest bank account that has been linked with Aadhaar. In case of multiple bank accounts, you have to check it with the bank employee in person. Also, this service is available to only those whose mobile number is linked to Aadhaar.

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