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In case the previous employer has closed down business and an ex employee of that company wishes to apply for withdrawal of PF, what should he/she do in the absence of an authorised signatory to sign his/her forms?
Regards,
Deepa

From India, Delhi
In that case you can get fill form 13 for tranfer your PF anf as after it get transfered get withdraw it.
From India, Nagpur
Hi, U can get ur form attested from: 1. Manager of the bank where u have account. 2. Head of educational institute. 3. A gazetted officer 4. The Megistrate 5. President of village/Panchayat/ MP/MLA
From India, Lucknow
Thanks Simran,
However, what in case the previous establishment has shut down and there will be no one available to attest a form 13 too?
I read on the EPFO website that one can get it attested by the manager of a nationalised bank, or a gazetted officer. However, i was advised by a consultant that it is still difficult to withdraw the amount.
Please suggest.
regards,Deepa

From India, Delhi
If the previous organization got shut down....... again you can get the form attested from the manager where you have your savings account and that account should be mentioned in your PF withdrawal form; where pf money will be transferred.
Avoid attestation from Gazetted officer....
Regards,
Taru kaur

From India, New Delhi
As i have submitted my claim forms attested by the Manager of bank was not accepted by the EPFO, Bommasandra, Bangalore and send them for attestation to the employer. it has not been resubmitted after 4 month got over.
But EPFO, Hyderabad have accepted and deposited the money within 20 days of time.
I don\'t know the reason why EPFOs are not being updated?
and following different rules ?

From India, Vellore
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