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Aadhaar Card Update: Now You Can Check Your Bank Balance Through Aadhar Card in 2 Steps, Know-How

Indian citizens no longer have to inconvenience themselves by visiting a branch to check the balance of their bank accounts linked to their Aadhaar numbers because of this linkage. Here's how.

Binita Kumari
You can check your account balance using the 12-digit Aadhaar card number even if you aren't near an ATM or bank location.
You can check your account balance using the 12-digit Aadhaar card number even if you aren't near an ATM or bank location.

Aadhaar card is an important Proof of Identity and Proof of Address for an Aadhaar Holder. Not only are Aadhaar cards used for government services, but they are also necessary for banking services. It is also connected to things like vehicles, insurance plans, and bank accounts.

The name, date of birth, gender, address, and photo of the person are all listed on their Aadhaar card. You can check your account balance using the 12-digit Aadhaar card number even if you aren't near an ATM or bank location.

The facility completely eliminates hassles from the procedure. Users of the Aadhaar card can transfer money, seek government aid, or get a PAN card in addition to checking bank account balances.

Indian citizens can now check their bank balance with their Aadhaar card. It is a 12-digit number supplied by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), and it is also linked to your biometric information, including photographs of your iris and fingerprints.

Indian citizens no longer have to inconvenience themselves by visiting a branch to check the balance of their bank accounts linked to their Aadhaar numbers because of this linkage. Citizens can now check the number of their bank accounts without going into their bank's website by using their Aadhaar numbers.

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use your Aadhaar card to check the balance of your account:

Dial *99*99*1# from your registered cellphone number.

Enter your 12-digit Aadhaar number, then type it in again to make sure it is correct. You'll see a flash notification on your screen showing the bank balance. The flash SMS will have been sent by UIDAI directly.

It will soon be possible to update other details, link your phone number to your Aadhaar, and other doorstep services thanks to the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). You won't need to visit the Aadhaar Seva Kendra to use these services as a result.

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