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How to check phone numbers registered with your ID number by dialing *106#

by Yvone Kendi
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With the number of cases of identity theft, phone theft, and mobile phone identities on the rise, mobile phone users can now use their ID numbers to see which phone numbers are registered.

A mobile phone user in Kenya can identify any mobile phone numbers registered by their ID number by dialing USSD Code *106# on any mobile line.

How to Verify Phone Numbers Registered in Your Name.

1. Dial *106#

2. Select Check my numbers Option

With Safaricom, the message with the numbers associated with your ID will appear immediately. Airtel requires you to enter your ID or passport number and then wait for a confirmation message.

With more people in Africa adopting smartphones, there is an urgent need to boost communication trust, as fraud and scams involving spoofed identities are on the rise across the continent.

According to PwC’s Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey 2018, Kenya is ranked second only to South Africa among the Top 10 countries reporting the most economic crime. Furthermore, data from iovation, a TransUnion company, shows that online transactions from Africa have been more likely to be fraudulent than any other continent since 2009.

Mobile phone users can now use the *106# USSD code to identify phone numbers registered in their name and report any stolen identities.

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