CPF WEBSITE DOWN SINCE MONDAY DUE TO “TECHNICAL ISSUES”

CPF online services: Selected online services are now available on the CPF website. We are working to restore online services fully as soon as possible. During this time, members may experience slower response time.

Members can log in to my cpf Online Services to check and print their account balances, contribution history and transaction history.

Employers may continue to perform their CPF e-submissions through www2.cpf.gov.sg/ert.

For enquiries and transactions, members/employers can email us at [email protected] / [email protected] or contact the CPF Call Centre at 1800-227-1188.

To facilitate urgent queries or transactions, we are extending the queue ticket issuance timing to 5pm on weekdays at our Service Centres located at Bishan, Jurong, Robinson Road, Tampines and Woodlands. The CPF Call Centre’s operating hours will also be extended to 6pm on weekdays.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience and understanding.

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Our online services are currently unavailable due to technical issues arising from the recent website upgrade. We are working with our IT vendor to resume online services as soon as possible. The website informational pages are unaffected.

Employers may continue to perform their CPF e-submissions through www2.cpf.gov.sg/ert.

For enquiries and transactions, members/employers can email us at [email protected] / [email protected] or contact the CPF Call Centre at 1800-227-1188.

To facilitate urgent queries or transactions, we are extending the queue ticket issuance timing to 5pm on weekdays at our Service Centres located at Bishan, Jurong, Robinson Road, Tampines and Woodlands. The CPF Call Centre’s operating hours will also be extended to 6pm on weekdays.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience and understanding.

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