EPF members are unable to access their e-passbooks or check their PF balances since the Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) site in New Delhi has been experiencing server issues for the last several days. Customers have expressed their dissatisfaction with the fact that they are unable to use the e-passbook facility, citing the constant appearance of page 404, which states that “the requested URL/ MemberPass Book/ Login was not found on this server.” On the EPFO website, a significant number of EPF members are unable to obtain their electronic passbooks.
You may check your EPF passbook via the UMANG app.
Step one is to go on over to the UMANG site.
Step 2: After finding EPFO, choose the option to see passbook from the results.
Step 3 requires that you input the Universal Account Number (UAN) that is associated with your EPF account.
Step 4: At this point, you will need to click on obtain OTP and then submit the OTP that was sent to the cellphone number you registered.
The fifth step is to choose the member ID and download the electronic passbook.
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You may check your PF balance via SMS
Users are required to send an SMS with the phrase “EPFOHO UAN” to the number 7738299899 from a mobile phone that has been registered. You will have access to the balance of your PF account. Note: Instead of using the word “UAN” in the message, you should type out your UAN number.
Know your current PF balance via a missed call
You may have access to your PF balance by making a missed call from the cell phone you registered with to the number 9966044425.
During the month of February 2023, EPFO gained 13.96 lakh net members, or around 7.38 lakh new members. Approximately 7.38 lakh new members have entered the EPFO’s fold since the beginning of the month, out of a total of 13.96 lakh new members who have joined over the month. The age range of 18-21 years has the biggest enrollment among newly joined members, with 2.17 lakh members. This is followed by the age group of 22-25 years, which has 1.91 lakh members.