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Shanaya Mehta

Can anyone give me the web site for checking my balance in my PF account online.I am registered with EPFO Mumbai.

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vivekcondra

i need to check my pf balance how to check

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mintynis

i want to know my pf balance hw can i do.

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ganpat1956

mintynis, read all the previous posts in this page and also go through the various links given therein.

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sagar.janu

hi i have 4 years back pf i wanna to know that how do i check my bal. and am i able to widdraw my pf

 

please help me out.

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Junu

Sir I am Junu das from ludhiana .I want to know my EPF balance till date.Because i have dought that my establishment is not giving me proper information. my establishment number is 25498 and my A/c number is 20.plz do me favour i will be highely oblize to u.

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Nirdoshk

i want to cheack my pf ststus. my pf no is -- KN/23336/1104943

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Birender

Dear Members

I want to know my EPF balance. It required three things

1. Establishment no

2 Extension No

3. Account No

My no is DL/22204/558.

Will u please make me clear how should i enter.

Birender

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shrikant.singh

Hie, I am Shrikant Singh and My PF Ac no is MH 304320/194, i am not able to track my status. Kindly help me out.

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anil upadhyay

i want to know my wifes last school pf balance

 

Please send information of above a/c no information on my mail address

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ambrish.p

Dear Member

 

a. We are not service providers in pf matters.

 

b. You may go through the links provided in post # 65 (just above your post) for details.

 

regards

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Dipak Varyani

I want to check my friend pf account. Plz help me

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