EPF Reopens Service Counters At Branch Offices Starting Tomorrow
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The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) will be re-opening its service counters at branch offices nationwide tomorrow, after having been closed for lockdown since the start of June. The service counters will be operating from 8.30am to 2pm on weekdays for selected services only.

The selected services are namely withdrawals for those aged 50, 55, and 60, withdrawals for health reasons or death, and collection of payment order (PO) or banker’s cheque. Members are required to schedule their appointments through the Janji Temu Online service on the EPF website, and the EPF will contact members to arrange for PO and banker’s cheque collection for their withdrawals.

According to the EPF, the move is made to accommodate the needs of members who require its services, while simultaneously balancing the health and safety of its personnel and members at branch offices.

Members are advised to make use of EPF’s online services,  i-Akaun (Member) and i-Akaun (Employer) to expedite and facilitate services. For more information, you can contact EPF’s Contact Manager Centre at 03-8922 6000 or refer to the EPF website.

(Source: Malay Mail)

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