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    Question Misplaced NSC certificates - Is it possible to trace the records in PO?

    I have invested in NSC certificates years back. I have misplaces the certificates and dont have any copies of the same too. the year was 2008 and I know the post office. Is it possible to trace the records?




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    You need following details to trace lost NSC -
    1- NSC Number,
    2- Date of Issue and
    3- Name of holder

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    Unhappy NSC misplaced

    Quote Originally Posted by Rahul View Post
    You need following details to trace lost NSC -
    1- NSC Number,
    2- Date of Issue and
    3- Name of holder
    I have the same problem
    I know all the above 3.
    The numbers are36005 to 360027 and 662890
    The date of issue is 3-12-2009 and the name of holder is Sivaraman.The post office is Lawspet branch of Pondicherry.Ho do I proceed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sivaraman View Post
    I have the same problem
    I know all the above 3.
    The numbers are 360XX to 3600XX and 6628XX
    The date of issue is 3-12-2009 and the name of holder is Sivaraman.
    The post office is Lawspet branch of Pondicherry.

    How do I proceed?
    If you lose a certificate, but have the details (NSC Number, Date of Issue and Name of holder), go the nearest police station and file a FIR stating that you have lost the following NSC certificates, and their details.

    Once the police gives you a copy of FIR, go to a NOTARY PUBLIC and on Rs 100 non judicial stamp paper, get an indemnity bond for issue of duplicate certificate. The indemnity bond matter will be give by the notary.

    Then go to the post office, get form NC 29, fill it up, get someone to identify you (any one in the vicinity can do it) and submit it along with the FIR and the Indemnity bond.

    Keep photocopies with you. The post office will issue duplicate certificate.

    Also read here - http://www.policywala.com/how-to-get-duplicate-nsc/
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    I have the same problem
    I know all the above 3.
    The numbers are
    The date of issue and the name of holder

    How do I proceed?


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