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Hi all, My employer has seeded an incorrect employer under my UAN, however, the day they entered, they ended the term and added my correct employer, but the issue is my actual employer is not tagged as my current employer but they can see the bad record seeded earlier as my current employer which is hindering any kind of transfer from previous to PF account to current PF account or for that matter letting me do any kind of transaction.
Can someone please suggest or help me here. Thanks in advance
Warm Regards

From India, Hyderabad

employer is single entity and how can he get access to another employer portal? resolve with the employer who seeded you wrongly


Dear Arijit
This can be resolved by the CPFC (Central PF Commissioner), sittin at Delhi mentioning the addrss below.
You may write ti him stating your actual record & mentioning the wrong information added under your UAN.
THis is the fastest way to resolve your query.
Shri. Sunil Barthwal,
Central PF Commissioner,
14 Bhavishya Nidhi bhawan, Bhikaji Cama Place, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi, Delhi 110066
Send the letter along with documents through speed post only.

From India, New Delhi

Dear Arijit,
Before writing to CPFC, you need to have all the details of your employment;
1. The Name of your First Employer :
2. Your DoJ with first employer:
3: The Establishment Code of Employer :
4. Your EPF & EPS No with first Employer:
5. Your Last Working Day with first employer:
You should have the above details for all your employment. You should know, under which authority your case/cause of action is pending. Then lodge a grievance in EPFiGMS :: the cite in EPFO portal.

From India, Mumbai
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