Bank details of employees changed after submitting and approving KYC details by the employer.
If employer uploads changed bank details of the employee again, will the bank details be changed in the EPF database?

From India, Bengaluru

employer can upload it again
however if any incident happen to the fund, due to wrong seeding, then the liability will be thrown to the employer
so the employer has to seek self attested copy of document and form 11 duly filled with every such request from employee.
after uploading and DSC approval by employer, it takes 45 days approx to show on the EPFO SRO terminal, as the principal UAN office has to verify the data then they allow it

Hi, You can not erase approved KYC, but you can update it again through employee portal & approve by DSC. Thanks
From India, New Delhi
Respected Sir,
I am Baburam Choudhary from Ahmedabad (Gujarat) was Work with a Organization in Baroda & Regine from there at September 2014 after 02 Year Services,
Now I'm wants pf withdrawal ,
Found Same confusion abouts bank account details because already updated there a Bank account
How to next step for epfo Withdrawal if already updated bank account details,
Help please me
Baburam Choudhary

From India, Ahmedabad
Hi Mr. Baburam Choudhary,
You've to submit form 19 & 10c to organization & update bank details which is updated on your UAN portal & follow up with HR either it submitted to PF office or not. (if submitted than get receipt of submission & check PF claim status through <link updated to site home> )

From India, New Delhi
Hi Sir,
As you are saying that previously given Bank details cant be erased, is it okay if two Bank details are there in KYC details?Or it may become a problem in the future?
They have only one operative Bank account now which has to be updated.
For updating from member portal, cancelled cheque leaf has to be uploaded and some employees dont have cheque books as minimum balance has to be maintained in the account if they want cheque book from the Bank.
Kindly guide us as to what can be done

From India, Bengaluru
Thanks Mr US Sharma for your valuable comments .But my concern is i have wrongly entered my IFSC Code in my portal and employer approved the same digitally. As per employer suggestion i have rectified the same and updated for digitally approval as it shows it is in pending status. But employer can't find that.As employer is not showing interest to solve the issue. Does there any other option for that.
Actually i have another bank A/C no..Can i update the same and ask for digital approval?
Please guide me.

From India, Hyderabad
Hi... I am getting an following error in EPFO portal.
KYC change in Bank Account Number submitted by employer on 04/12/2018 is pending with TBS2 SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED for approval. You will be able to submit the claim once this KYC is approved/rejected.
I already spoke to the Employer, they are not sure how to resolve it.
Please provide me some solution.

From India, Chennai

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ask the employer to approve the bank details by using digital signature

I see the following message below as my previous employer added a duplicate company accidentally in my PF account when creating for them. Now that my current employer has linked with unique UAN, whenever I click on the claim I get this message. Previous employer's vendor is unable to fix this even after following up with PF office by submitting required forms for more than a year now. How to fix this issue as the pending with company is an anonymous organisation as pending with them does not make sense. Please help as this started last June 2019 and still no fix.

KYC change in Bank Account Number submitted by employer on 29/06/2019 is pending with LIGHTSOURCE RENEWABLE ENERGY INDIA OPCO PRIVATE LIMITED for approval. You will be able to submit the claim once this KYC is approved/rejected.

From United States, San Carlos

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