Can the pf amount be claimed after a gap of 6 to 7 years of exit from the company. Is it possible to claim the unclaimed pf amount if our older employers have already closed their company?and there is no pf number as well. What would be the procedure to claim the amount.I\'am very much in need of it. Is the salary slip sufficient?
16th May 2012 From India , Bangalore
----> Yes. You infact are required to claim and withdraw your PF amount, but you will not be getting any interest on your PF amount since the account being inactive. You may submit the Form for withdrawal through the company for withdrawal.
----> PF account number is the customized code number issued exclusively to you, you may provide the Company PF Code and your PF number and claim directly from the PF department.
Please refer the Department of PF or go directly to the PF office they will guide you further. Open EPFO website you will get the procedures.......
----> Salary slip is sufficient, but you shall also have bank transaction statement.......
17th May 2012 From India , Bangalore
Thank you,but the problem is i donot remember my pf no.,nor mentioned in the salary slip and one of my older employer have already been closed,infact I worked there for 1.5 years.In this case I donot know how to claim my pf amt.
shruthi
18th May 2012 From India , Bangalore
if i such case, it is advised to go to the PF office and submit your claim, they will assist you..........
you may also search through the establishment name when you do not know the code.... , enter there : <link no longer exists - removed>
18th May 2012 From India , Bangalore
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