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I am an ex employee of Accenture and left job in Oct 2020.

I am facing an issue with my PF withdrawal. My Form 10C and 19 got rejected due to the below mentioned reason.

UAN number - 100985934130
Rejection reason - Wages are more than 15000/- not eligible for Pension membership still deducted. Contact Employer.

I am getting fake assurance from employer with no resolution from past 1.5 year. It seems that they don't want to resolve issue. Please guide

From India, Delhi

You should have joined your first company on a date later than 1st September 2014. Is that right?
If Yes, the employer should not have remitted part of their contribution (say, @ Rs 1250 per month) to Pension Fund.
Having remitted to Pension Fund, they have to take a call by writing a letter to the PF office concerned to reconcile the remittance and asking them to transfer the amount erroneously paid to Pension fund to your Provident Fund. This will solve the issue. Therefore, write to your company Personnel Manager to write a letter to EPFO so that you can proceed with transfer or withdrawal of the amount.
Anyway, you will not lose the amount, you will get it with interest till date of withdrawal.

From India, Kannur
Have you received any resolution. I am going through the same with accenture
From India, Faridabad

Company like Accenture ( Very Big ) are not aware of basic compliance rule. It is really uncalled for. What Mr. Madhu T. K has been explained that is the only solution. Due to lack of compliance knowledge, it is unnecessary harassment to the employees.

Accenture should take help from proper consultant and or should recruit knowledgeable manpower to avoid such situation in future.

S K Bandyopadhyay ( WB, Howrah )
CEO-USD HR Solutions
+91 98310 81531

From India, New Delhi
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