Srinath Sai Ram
Hr Manager
Ajesh K Dharwal
Private Job

HI, I worked in a company from 2000 - 2006 and then left job. I cleared my no dues and the other necessary formalities after leaving company. Now few weeks back i come to know that company started deducting PF in 2002 or 2003. I joined the same company in 2015 and again shifted to other company in this year. This time i got my UAN after so much struggle. I approached company HR for my previous (2000-2006) PF related query but they are not entertaining. I just want to know how i can get details of my previous PF account detail. As i am not having any detail of my previous job.
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Dear Mr Ajesh, you have stated that you were Employed in a company from 2000 to 2006.Belatedly, now few weeks before you realized now that you were covered under EPF From 2002 or 2003, which you are not sure? you joined the same Employer again in 2015 & were employed till recently.you got your UAN after much struggle.But for reasons best known you have approached your Company HR for your PF Contribution details from 2000 to 2006, where as you have stated that you are not sure about PF Deduction. But you have faint idea of deduction of PF From 2002 or 2003.Further, you do not have any details about your previous Job.Please make use of this forum for getting proper advise instead of posting such information which is of no use. Please revert with all details? How did you come to know that you were covered under EPF? do you have any documents?
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