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I was working at Chennai branch of Mumbai head quartered publishing company from Nov 2007 to Aug 2010.Resigned my job for better career prospects.Employer accepted my resignation and relieved me from my duties.After 60 days submitted my PF withdrawal form for processing.When I followed with employer regarding the status I was informed that they got recovery for short notice from me and will not process the PF unless it is paid.
I request experts of this forum to suggest me the way out to withdraw my PF.
Current company doesn't deduct PF and i'm unable to transfer the same because of it.
Please suggest me the way out for this.
14th April 2011 From India, Madras
Dear Anbumagesh,
You can directly send the Claim forms to PF authorities with a Gazetted officer's signature.
I am enclosing the forms for your reference.
All the best,
Excellent HR Services,
14th April 2011 From India, Selam

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Dear Sir., Thank you very much for the suggestion. Since the company is live I have been told that PF dept will send the appln to the employer for attestation.
15th April 2011 From India, Madras
Hi sir. this is Bhama from Rajajinagar Bangalore.
4 Years i worked in HDFC Bank in Bangalore. I worked from 2013 to 2016 September.
Now i want to Withdraw my PF Amount. How can i sir?
Please suggest me
With Regards,
4th January 2017 From India, Bengaluru
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