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IMA Refund Claim Form Online Public Notice, Documents Needed For Claim

IMA Refund Claim FOrm Online
IMA Refund Claim FOrm Online

The innovative features are:

Salient features of the Online Claim application

The start date for submission of claims is 25.11.2020. The claims can be submitted within 1 month of the start date i.e., on or before 24.12.2020, which is the last date for submission of claims.

The claims can be submitted online by the depositors of IMA either at any of the service kiosks of the government (viz., Bengaluru-one/Karnataka-one/Atalji Jan Snehi Kendra centres) with the help of the operator or anywhere through online on their own.

  1. The online claim application will have two stage submission:
    1.  1st stage (personal details of the claimant): A unique CMS number would be generated at the successful completion of this stage. After completion of first stage, the applicant can access the 2nd stage based on CMS number and OTP validation, which is received on the mobile number provided during the 1st
    2.  2nd stage (Scheme wise deposit and claim details): The scheme wise deposit made and pay-out received etc details will be required to be filled at this stage. The applicant will also be required to upload the documents for each scheme as follows:
      1. LLP scheme:
        1. Bond certificate and
        2. deposits/withdrawal receipts.
      2. CCS scheme:
        1. Share certificate and
        2. deposits/withdrawal receipts.
      3. IMA Gold scheme:
        1. Gold Pledge Form and
        2. Loan repayment receipts.
  2. Following categories of applicants would not be required to upload the above-mentioned documents like Bond/Share/Loan Pledge Form certificate, provided their IMA declared bank accounts are operational:
    1. Those who have filed application based on Aadhar authentication and their details match between IMA records and Aadhaar record.
    2. Those who have filed application based on UTR number for transfer of Rs.1/- through the IMA declared Bank account.
  3. Additionally, those applicants whose available deposit amount (or loan amount) and pay-out received (or loan repaid amount and Jewels refund) tally with IMA record would not be required to upload the above-mentioned deposit/loan repayment receipts.
  4. The 1st stage can be filed as below:
    1. By Depositor:
      1. Aadhaar based authentication
        1. OTP (At service kiosks or through online)
        2. Biometric (At service kiosks only)
      2. Rs.1/- has to be transferred via NEFT/RTGS to the following Bank account of the Competent Authority: (a) Name of the A/c ‘Special Officer and Competent Authority, IMA’ (b) Bank Name: HDFC Bank (c) Branch Name: Wilson Garden (d) Virtual Account Number 6442116442 (e) IFSC code: HDFC0001748.
        1. From the bank account of the depositor which was declared to the IMA, or
        2. From some other bank account of the depositor, in case the Bank account declared to IMA is closed: PAN number would be mandatory for such cases.
  • To be filed in person to the Designated officer viz., Assistant Commissioner, Office of the Special Officer and Competent Authority for IMA case, 2nd Floor, BMTC Complex, Shanti Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka-560027.
  1. By Depositor’s nominee/legal heir in case depositor is deceased/hospitalised:
    1. The application can be filed by the following:
      1. Nominee declared to the IMA, in case the depositor is dead or hospitalised.
      2. Legal heir, in case the Nominee is:
        1. Dead or
        2. hospitalised or
        3. not declared to IMA.
      3. Authentication shall be Aadhar based only for such cases, else application has to be filed in person to the Designated officer.
  • The applicant will be required to upload death/hospitalisation/legal heir certificates as applicable.
  1. After completion of 1st stage for Hospitalisation cases, the CMS number would be generated but the applicant would not be able to proceed to 2nd stage till clearance by the designated officer. The applicant would receive message on mobile and email after clearance and then would be able to submit 2nd stage application based on CMS number and OTP received on mobile number provided during 1st stage.
  1. The online application software would carry out name-photo match of the applicant between various databases and real time validation of Aadhar, PAN, UTR number, IMA client/customer ID and deposit details, mobile number etc.
  2. Applications where the name and photo matching during the 1st stage of application filing has failed, would be allowed to complete the 2nd However, such applications would be flagged for scrutiny of the Designated Officer at the stage of claims verification.
  3. The applicants will be required to get the uploaded documents E-attested, if any, from the jurisdictional Tehsildars within 60 days of the last date for submission of the claims.
  4. Following Applicants would be cleared for settlement or payment of approved claims:
    1. Those who have filed application based on Aadhar biometric authentication.
    2. Those who have filed application based on UTR number for transfer of Rs.1/- through the IMA Bank account.
  5. All other applicants would be given the option to confirm their identification (viz., through service kiosks or online) for being eligible to receive claim settlement amount through any of the above-mentioned methods within 60 days of last date of submission of the claims. Subsequent to 60 days period, such applicants may still authenticate themselves by presenting themselves physically to the Designated officer, along with any of the identification documents like EPIC, Passport, driving- license etc.

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