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Hi Guys,

To all the intellectuals and technically sound members, I apologize if my query doesn't seem very difficult or worth your time, but i really, really need help on this issue. Firstly I am a trainer for a software development and outsourcing company based in Kolkata. Being part of Training & Development, payroll and its hassles and policies aren't exactly my strong suit. I started my career with a BPO in Mumbai in 2004, and since then I have worked for at least 4 different organizations, but have never claimed PF. Luckily I have my payslips, so I know all the account numbers.I have tried the Employees’ Provident Fund Organization's website, to no avail.(always busy and unable to lo-gin & register) Now I am at such a crossroads in life that I could really appreciate the little financial boost I can get if that claim went through. However as I've worked across Mumbai, Pune & Kolkata, apart from the online option I don't think there is any other suitable option.I am at my wits end, with this dilemma. Any valuable and realistic suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Please guide me without the technical jargons, as i have stated that finance & payroll aren't exactly my forte.


Jintan Dinesh

From India, Kolkata
Dear Jintan Dinesh
Please take the print out of Form 10C & Form 19 from EPFO <link updated to site home> and fill the same. If possible send the same to your previous employer alongwith the address proof, Bank details. The employer will forward the same to the RPFO and your claim will get settled. In case the previous employer is not available, then you can get the PF Forms attested by the SBI, where you hold a savings account and submit the same to nearest Regional PF Office. It will be processed.

From India, Kumbakonam
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