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harry289 Started The Discussion:

hi HR floks,

I worked in a BPO comapny for 2 years and a new company offered me dobule the pay what I earned so I said them that I cant give relieaving letter no doc's from my previous company... they accepted it and just skiped.

My previous company was detecting PF and ESI but I am not aware of my PF Account Number. At this stage I cant stpee into my previous office and ask them as I didnt give them notice nor resignation letter. I guess they wont give me if I ask them too.

Is it posible to get my money back ?

Whom should I contact now ?

Its almost 8 months now... please help !!!!

Thanks,
~harry

VIPUL - Member Since: Jan 2006
Dear Harry,

DOn;t make guesses , it is legal obligation of an Employer to deduct & remitted the P.F contribution to P.F Regional Office, you can send him a letter from present employer with filled P.f. Transfer form no -13 & keep the zerox of the same with you, pl. take acknowledgement of the reciept from previous employer and you can get transferred back your P.F amounts in your current P.F account , that is the best option , if they deny then you can send application to P.F. Regional Commisioner & Labour commissioner with attaching the zerox copy of the letter sent by you for transferring P.F alongwith P.F Transfer form

if you want to widhrow your P.F. than you should write application & send it by Regd. Post with filled up Widhrowal Form no-19 & get it acknowledge by the receipant, if they deny then same procedure as mentioned in para above should be followed.

You can check your P.F. No through P.F. regional office also.

pl. revert back after following this procedure , if needed i can help u further my email is

regards,
Vipul

prasadkvsn - Member Since: Feb 2006
Hi Harry

The PF deduction is as per the law. U can either deduct the PF amount or transfer the same. The PF number shall be available in your salary slip. If the same is not mentioned u can very well call up ur employer and ask him for the same. He cannot deny the same

For transfer of PF u can use form 13 and for withdrawl of the same u can go for Form 19 and Form 10C.

Revert back for any futher clarifications

Cheers
Kartik

shreeramjoshi - Member Since: Feb 2006
Hi Kartik

I have left one orgn. two months back they have given me form that you have mentioned , but now in that form one clause is their where it is mentioned that " I hereby declare that i am not working in any organization from last two months after leaving this orgn." what does it mean? because i have left previous employer and joined another where PF is applicable but i want to withdraw previous one plz guide me

Regards
shreeram

rakesh2k5 - Member Since: Jan 2006
Dear Shreeram,

You can withdraw ur PF amount by using form 10C & 19. Simply u will have to declare that u r not working for last two months. There is no problem as such in this kind of declaration.


Rakesh
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vashishthajagdeep - Member Since: Mar 2010
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Originally Posted by harry289 View Post
hi HR floks,

I worked in a BPO comapny for 2 years and a new company offered me dobule the pay what I earned so I said them that I cant give relieaving letter no doc's from my previous company... they accepted it and just skiped.

My previous company was detecting PF and ESI but I am not aware of my PF Account Number. At this stage I cant stpee into my previous office and ask them as I didnt give them notice nor resignation letter. I guess they wont give me if I ask them too.

Is it posible to get my money back ?

Whom should I contact now ?

Its almost 8 months now... please help !!!!

Thanks,
~harry
Dear Herry,

First of all u have to know ur epf as well as esi number from ur employer. If u do have salary slips of any month u can check the same on that. If employer did not mentioned ur epf and esi number on that u can ask from ur accounts department or else whosoever are making salaries.

Then u can transfer ur epf or withdraw the same.

for further assistant please feel free to contact me on my mobile number 09459327661
Thanks,

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