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Check All Mobile Numbers Linked with Aadhar Card – Complete Guide

Written by Anuraag Singh ~ Modified: 24-06-2024 ~ Find and Trace ~ 7 Minutes Reading

We have seen a considerable surge in SIM frauds by counterfeiting ID proofs and acquisition of  SIM cards on a person’s name other than themselves. Consequently, it becomes evident for users to check all the mobile numbers linked with Aadhar card.

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Anuraag Singh Cyber Expert from India says, “To help citizens of India on this issue, the Department of Telecommunication (DoT) has taken a great initiative and launched a Telecom Analytics for Fraud Management and Consumer Protection (TAF-COP) portal”.

Currently, you can use this TAFCOP portal for numerous operations like:

  1. Any subscriber who has more than 9 connections on their name will be notified with SMS.
  2. Subscribers can also check all mobile numbers linked with Aadhar card. They can also take action for reporting any unknown number (If any).
  3. Login to the TAFCOP portal and check the status by entering Ticket ID Ref No. within the Request Status Box.

Currently, the newly developed Telecom Analytics for Fraud management and Consumer Protection (TAF-COP) portal is only available to the consumers of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. However, this is a great step by the Department of Telecommunication (DoT) and will hopefully bring significant reduction in the number of frauds.

How to Check All Mobile Numbers Linked with Aadhar Card

  1. First and foremost, go to the official website of Indian Government – https://tafcop.sancharsaathi.gov.in/telecomUser/
  2. After visiting the page, you will get the field to input your 10 digit Mobile Number to request the OTP.
  3. Once you receive the OTP, click on the Login button.
  4. After successful validation, the portal will display a list of numbers running in the name of your Aadhar details.
  5. Here you can check the number and if you find any number that is not yours, you can report it from the TAPCOF portal itself.
  6. In case if you want to report any number, enable the checkbox adjacent to that number and select “This is not my number” option. Moreover, if there is any number in the list that you don’t need anymore, click on the “Not Required” option.

What actually is the purpose of TAFCOP?

The Telecom Analytics for Fraud Management and Consumer Protection (TAFCOP) portal in India serves several important purposes for telecom users with its objective to Reduce fraud cases & unauthorized mobile connections. In a nutshell it acts as an online cop accustomed to your queries and commands. The main purposes include:

  1. Checking Mobile Connections: Users can check the number of mobile connections associated with their Aadhaar number.
  2. Flagging Unwanted Connections: Consumers can report and flag any unauthorized or unwanted mobile connections.
  3. Reporting Frauds: The portal allows users to report fraudulent activities related to mobile connections.
  4. Managing Connections: Users can manage their mobile connections, ensuring they only have active connections they are aware of and authorized.
  5. Improving Security: Enhances overall consumer security by helping users detect and prevent unauthorized usage of their personal information for obtaining mobile connections.
  6. Raising Complaints: Provides a platform to raise complaints regarding any discrepancies or issues with mobile connections.

These functionalities are aimed at enhancing consumer protection and preventing fraud in the telecom sector. So the question arises what is the first step that one can ask from this “online cop” a.k.a tafcop. And most users firstly ask for a  tafcop portal aadhar card mobile number that refers to our coming question below.

What is “TAFCOP mobile number check” ?

TAFCOP mobile number check or TAPCOF Aadhaar check, refers to a service provided by TAFCOP (Telecom Analytics for Fraud Management and Consumer Protection) where users can verify how many mobile numbers are linked to their Aadhaar card. This service allows individuals to ensure the accuracy and security of mobile number registrations associated with their Aadhaar identity. But to be a part of this probe, you will need to link your Aadhaar Card with TAFCOP which leads to our next query below.

How to link Aadhaar card with TAFCOP (mobile number)?

  1. Visit the TAFCOP website.
  2. Go to the “Keep Yourself Aware” tab.
  3. Please input your mobile number along with the captcha code.
  4. Validate the captcha.
  5. Enter the received one time password in your mobile.

Now suppose you have discovered the culprits messing with your integrity of your mobile number and claiming their ownership on your mobile number behind your back that unfurls our next solution below.

How can one report sim card numbers that are fraudulently acquired or not required by a subscriber?

To report sim card numbers that are fraudulently acquired or not required by a subscriber, find these steps in brief order:

  1. Visit the Sanchar Saathi portal.
  2. Use the OTP and LOGIN. 
  3. Review your mobile connections and select the option ‘This is not my number’ or ‘Not required’ for the connections you wish to report.
  4. Please select the “Report” button.

Many users are not aware of the fact that they need to link up their phone numbers to conduct a tafcop aadhar check because they lack information regarding the verification guidelines for mobile subscribers.

Verification Guidelines for New Mobile Subscribers

  1. Document Submission: Submit a photo, proof of identity (POI), and proof of address (POA) with the CAF form at the SIM point of sale. The form must include the customer’s name, date of issue, cell number, POI, POA, and POS stamp.
  2. Document Verification: The SIM point of sale representative will verify the copies of the POI and POA against the originals and ensure the customer’s information matches.
  3. Data Entry and SIM Activation: The employee must verify the customer’s signature, enter the date of sale, and order the mobile SIM in the database. The SIM will be activated once the network operator updates and verifies all client data.
  4. Remote Verification: After activation, call customer service to complete the remote verification process by providing your address and proof of identity.
  5. SIM Sale Regulations : Selling an active SIM card will result in a Rs 50,000 fine and SIM lock. Follow proper procedures when switching between prepaid and postpaid plans.

Verification for new mobile subscribers is essential for several reasons. Firstly, it ensures the security of mobile communications by confirming that applicants are genuine individuals and not impostors seeking to misuse someone else’s identity. Additionally, it helps telecom operators comply with regulatory requirements set by authorities, which are designed to protect consumer rights and prevent illegal activities such as identity theft and fraud. Verifying subscriber identities also enhances public safety by minimizing the risk of telecom services being exploited for criminal purposes. Furthermore, accurate subscriber information enables telecom companies to deliver better service quality and support tailored to the specific needs of their customers..

Basic FAQ for TAFCOP

  1. What is the website of TAFCOP?
    The website of TAFCOP is [https://tafcop.sancharsaathi.gov.in/]         (https://tafcop.sancharsaathi.gov.in/).
  1. My credentials are not reflecting on the website. What should I do?
    Please wait for some time as the server may need to reconnect.
  1. What are the timelines for re-verification of mobile SIMs reported on the Sanchar Saathi Portal?
  •      Outgoing services suspended within 30 days.
  •      Incoming services suspended within 45 days.
  •      Disconnection of mobile connections that fail re-verification within 60 days.


TAFCOP, the Telecom Authentication and Fraud Control Platform, acts as a vigilante “cop” in the telecom sector, serving multiple critical purposes. It ensures robust subscriber verification to prevent identity theft and fraud, thereby upholding security and regulatory compliance. TAFCOP also facilitates efficient management of mobile subscriber data, ensuring accuracy and reliability in service delivery. Its objectives include enhancing public safety by preventing misuse of telecom services for illicit activities. Ultimately, TAFCOP supports telecom operators in providing secure and quality services, contributing to a trusted and resilient telecom ecosystem.