PF Balance Check without UAN Number

PF Balance Check without UAN Number  :

If you’ve lost or forgotten the UAN number, or your employer did not provide you the UAN number, it’s possible to verify the balance of your PF account, provided that you’ve got your mobile number associated with the UAN number. You can then follow one of the steps below to verify the balance of your PF!

Steps for PF Balance Check without UAN Number

PF Balance Check by Call missed:

Members registered on the UAN portal may get their details available with EPFO by giving a
missed call to 011-22901406 from their registered mobile number.

If the UAN of the member is seeded with any one of the Bank A/C numbers, AADHAAR and
PAN the member will get details of the last contribution and PF Balance.

PRE-REQUISITE FOR AVAILING MISSED CALL FACILITY
1. Mobile Number must activate with UAN at Unified Portal.
2. Any one of the following KYC must be available against the UAN.
a. Bank A/c Number.
b. Aadhaar
c. PAN

Call missed at the following number: 01122901406 After your missed phone call EPFO can send an email that could include all the information about your PF Balance, as well as UAN as per the below table. (If your phone number isn’t linked to your PF/UAN account, you will receive an SMS stating that the number isn’t registered. Make sure to make sure you give the missed call to the correct number)

 USAGE

Give a Missed call from the registered mobile number to 01122901406
The call automatically gets disconnected after two rings
No cost to the member to avail of this service

To activate UAN, please use the following link
https://unifiedportal-mem.epfindia.gov.in/memberinterface

PF Balance Check by SMS:

Send an SMS using the UAN Activated mobile number to 7738299899.
Short Codes for various languages are provided in the following table.

The default code can be found in English “EPFOHO UAN” (You can write it without a third word and then forward it to 7738299899).

To receive the message in various languages, you need to include codes such as HIN (Hindi) and (Hindi), (Punjabi), GUJ (Gujarati), MAR (Marathi), KAN (Kannada), TEL (Telugu), TAM (Tamil), MAL (Malayalam) and BEN (Bengali)

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