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No More Free Verification of Aadhar, Rs 20 for every verification

#1
Private companies utilizing Aadhaar services for customer verification has to pay Rs 20 for every verification and 50 paise for authentication of the unique ID, Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) stated in a gazette notification on Thursday.



Nevertheless, authorities entities and the Department of Post are exempted from these authentication costs.

“Aadhaar authentication services shall be charged on the charge of Rs 20 (including taxes) for every eKYC transaction and Rs 0.50 (including taxes) for every Yes and No authentication transaction from requesting entities,” the UIDAI stated in its gazette notification named 'Pricing of Aadhaar Authentication Services'.

In keeping with the notification, private companies need to pay this price inside 15 days of elevating an invoice by the authority. Delays in fee will attract interest and will result in discontinuation of authentication and eKYC providers quoted IM
 
#3
its not for us. its for private companies who always try to seek aadhar verification from us.

So, now this will discourage their habit.
 

scorpionking76

Administrator
EntMnt Staff
#4
This is really good news and I welcome this
 
#5
its not for us. its for private companies who always try to seek aadhar verification from us.

So, now this will discourage their habit.
So when they access with our consent we would get the billing
 
#6
nope. they have to pay to UIDAI.

We won't be charged for anything. this will be for private companies like banks, telcos or educational institutions.
 

scorpionking76

Administrator
EntMnt Staff
#7
Ultimately they will debit us for this service too
 
#8
yes. that is going to happen but they will be discouraged now.
 

Aviral Sangal

EntMnt Ambassador
Finest Member
#9
But according to law they are not suppose to use aadhaar data.

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#10
According to new law ?