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Can anyone provide me with any help on this matter.
I worked at a company where my pf deduction was done but it was not deposited. I have left the company in 2016. and I had no idea that the amount deducted was not being deposited. Have been unable to view the passbook until recently. After repeated request to update KYC, employer has still not done it. The reason I was able to view my passbook was, that I updated my aadhar details online through EKYC portal. I am guessing thats the reason why my Ex Employer is so reluctant in updating the KYC details. The regional PF office is Park street Kolkata, West Bengal. What recourse do I have.

Contact your former employer with full details.
Ask them to deposit the money with penal interests.
In case they do not oblige, complain with full details to PF Commissioner.
It is an offence to withhold contribution of PF.

If you can rush to PF office go to PF office and update them about your issue from there you get the proper solution.

Hello there,
How many years you were worked there, how about the salary given to you either by cash or bank transfer, have you got your payslip or salary break up that time, if PF is not deposited, why the company has generated UAN, these questions you may get while filing the complaint, so i can advise you better speak to your company, then with all the relevant documents you may go to labor office

Hi, thanks for your replies. I got salary in my salary account, but they never gave any payslips to me. I worked there from June 2015 to september 2016. Part of Pf from august'15 to Feb'16 has been deposited. rest of the amount has not been deposited.
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