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How Pensioners Can Get Their PPO Number Using Bank Account Number?


If a pensioner forgets his or her PPO number at any point or needs to seek a PPO, he or she can instantly retrieve it by submitting either a bank account number that is linked to the EPF or a Member ID that is the EPFO's PF number for the pensioner. A unique 12-digit number that lets retirees access their pension benefits is a 'Pension Payment Order' or 'PPO' number. For retirees or other individuals on the edge of retirement, this is an important number in order to receive pension. In addition, it is important to note this PPO number while submitting a life certificate per year. For any contact made to the Central Pension Accounting Office (CPAO), a PPO number is generally a reference number. To get your PPO number using your bank account number or PF number, follow the steps mentioned below. In order to retrieve a PPO number it is just a matter of seconds, so let's get started.


How Pensioners Can Get Their PPO Number Using Bank Account Number?

  • Visit EPFO Website - and then select 'Pensioners Portal' on the left side. (Note: It is a dedicated platform only for pensioners numerous services such as - Jeevan Pramaan Enquiry, Know Your PPO No., PPO Enquiry or Payment Enquiry, and Know Your Pension Status etc).
  • Now click on the 'Know Your PPO No' option and then you need to specify either your bank account number which is linked to the EPF or your member identification number or member ID.
  • Once you are done your system will show you the PPO Number and other related details.

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