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Again, having read all the wonderful PR about the Employee Provident Fund Organization’s (EPFO) wonderful ePassbook Service, I thought I should download mine before the year ends.
But, I think I am quite unlucky this December. First, I couldn’t make an iWish and now I’m unable to access my EPF ePassbook. Here’s the exact error that I see –
Your request date. 11/09/2012 for e-Passbook for account number ABMNO00123450000000123 (a dummy account number and not my real one) is under process. You shall be intimated on SMS when the same is available.
Another project terminated. It’s almost two months and I haven’t received that SMS.
Leads me to ask the following –
- Has anyone of you actually seen your EPF ePassbook? I’d love to know.
- The folks who write those wonderful personal finance articles in the media, do they actually sit down and actually try what they’re writing about?
What do you think?
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