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In view of the development of COVID-19 and to enhance the arrangement for our customer services, if members of the public request to use the customer counter service at our offices, they have to make appointment through MPFA hotline (2918 0102) prior to their visit. The customer counter services are available from 8:45am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 5:45pm from Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). Members of the public must strictly follow the MPFA’s infection prevention guidelines, including scanning the "LeaveHomeSafe" QR code or register their names, contact number and the date and time of the visit during their visit.

 
The MPFA urges members of the public to use alternative means, such as hotline and emails, instead of physically visiting the offices to receive the services they need.
 
If members of the public wish to check their personal accounts Information, they can register for the e-Enquiry of Personal Account service via the mobile app "MPFA ePA” or website “epa.mpfa.org.hk”. They can also download an enquiry form from the MPFA website, then submit the completed form together with a copy of identity document by mail or by fax. MPFA will reply them in writing.

Complaints Against Employers

MPFA’s roles and policies on handling complaints

Roles of MPFA

 

MPFA is a statutory body responsible for the regulation and supervision of MPF schemes and occupational retirement schemes. One of its functions is to ensure that employers, self-employed persons (SEPs) and scheme members comply with the MPFSO.


The Member Protection and Services Division of MPFA is responsible for handling complaints against MPF employers, SEPs and scheme members.

What MPFA can do

 

  • investigate complaints against non-compliant employers, SEPs and scheme members;
  • require non-compliant employers and SEPs to rectify non-compliances; and
  • take appropriate enforcement measures to protect the rights and interests of scheme members.

What MPFA cannot and will not do

 

  • intervene or arbitrate in labour disputes between employers and employees;
  • compensate scheme members for irrecoverable default contributions;
  • recover default voluntary contributions on behalf of scheme members; or
  • act as a financial or legal adviser.

Notes on criminal prosecution


  • MPFA is not vested with the power to initiate criminal prosecution. After investigation and collection of evidence, MPFA will seek legal advice and determine whether the evidence of the case is sufficient to support prosecution in accordance with the Prosecution Code of the Department of Justice.

  • Complainants serve as prosecution witnesses and help provide evidence during investigation. Even if the complainants request MPFA to initiate prosecution, MPFA will seek legal advice and determine whether the evidence of the case is sufficient to support prosecution in accordance with the Prosecution Code of the Department of Justice.

When to file a complaint

 

A complaint about an employer's suspected non-compliance can be filed with MPFA if:

 

  • The employer admits to the non-compliance; or
  • the MPF trustee confirms the employer's non-compliance.

 

If employees suspect that their employer has not complied with the MPFSO, they should contact their MPF trustee to verify the suspected non-compliance before filing a complaint. Please refer to the list of trustee hotlines .

MPFA's complaint handling procedures

 

After receiving a complaint, MPFA will conduct an investigation to verify whether the employer has contravened the MPFSO. If the allegations are substantiated, the employer will be required to rectify the non-compliance immediately.

In the case of default contributions, the employer will be required to pay a surcharge, which will be credited into the MPF account of the affected employee.

MPFA's response to complaints

 

MPFA will handle the complaint expeditiously and inform the complainant of the investigation results after the investigation is completed. Due to relevant legal restrictions, MPFA may not be able to provide the investigation details or information obtained during the performance of its functions. MPFA may also not be able to disclose the details in order to avoid any adverse impact on the administration of justice.

How to file a complaint with MPFA


Email

mpfa@mpfa.org.hk

 

Hotline 

2918 0102 (8:45 am to 5:45 pm on weekdays)

 

Mail

Customer Services Department, MPFA,

Level 8, Tower 1, Kowloon Commerce Centre, 51 Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong*

 

Fax

2259 8806

* MPFA will not accept underpaid mail items, which will be returned to the sender or disposed of by Hongkong Post. Please ensure mail items bear sufficient postage.

Complainants who wish to file a complaint in person at an MPFA office can call the hotline (2918 0102) to make an appointment in advance.

 

MPFA office addresses

Complainants can also complete the following complaint form and return it to MPFA by mail or fax it to the MPFA. After receiving the complaint form, MPFA will contact the complainant by phone to confirm the details of the case.

Complaints against employers: Download form 

Information to provide when filing a complaint

 

To ensure the complaint is processed efficiently, please provide the following information:

 

  • personal particulars and contact details;
  • proof of identity (e.g. Hong Kong Identity Card);
  • name, address and contact details of the employer involved in the complaint;
  • whether the complainant agrees to MPFA disclosing his/her identity to the employer;
  • specific allegation(s) against the employer and the details of the complaint; and
  • all the relevant supporting documents, e.g. employment contract or letter of appointment, pay slip or pay cheque, employer's tax return, notice of participation, benefit statement.

 

If the complainant does not provide proof of identity and contact information, MPFA will still handle the complaint, but:

 

  • MPFA will not discuss with the complainant or disclose the case progress and investigation results to the complainant; and
  • the investigation of the complaint may be impaired.

 

If a complainant wishes to authorize another person to lodge the complaint, a signed authorization form must be submitted. The authorized person must also provide proof of identity and contact information to MPFA.

Authorization by an affected person: Download form  


While MPFA accepts complaints lodged by informants (i.e. persons not personally affected by the alleged non-compliance), MPFA will not disclose the progress and results of the investigation to the informants. Please note that MPFA may not be able to take follow-up action if only limited information is provided.

 

Personal Information Collection Statement

 

Before filling a complaint, please read the Personal Information Collection Statement for Complaints  .

Complaints Against MPF Trustees

MPFA’s roles and policies on handling complaints

Roles of MPFA

 

MPFA is a statutory body responsible for the regulation and supervision of MPF schemes and occupational retirement schemes. One of its functions is to regulate the affairs and activities of approved MPF trustees, and to ensure as far as reasonably practicable that the trustees are administering their registered schemes in accordance with the law and in a prudent manner.

 

The Complaints and Investigation Department of MPFA is responsible for handling complaints against trustees.

What MPFA can do

 

  • supervise trustees’ thorough, fair and timely handling of complaints from scheme members and participating employers; and
  • follow up with trustees on complaints which raise issues of supervisory/enforcement concern on trustees and take appropriate action.

What MPFA cannot and will not do

 

  • interfere with trustees’ commercial decisions;
  • supervise the performance of constituent funds;
  • intervene in or adjudicate disputes about service quality between trustees and their clients;
  • act as a financial or legal adviser; or
  • handle complaints unrelated to the operation of MPF schemes.

When to file a complaint

 

A complaint about a trustee’s scheme administration or services can be filed with MPFA if:

 

  • the trustee refuses to handle the complaint;
  • the complainant considers that the trustee has not handled the complaint fairly;
  • the complainant is not satisfied with the trustee's response; or
  • there are grounds to believe that the complainant's interests have been prejudiced by the trustee or its employees.

Complaints caused by misunderstanding or mismatched expectations can often be resolved through communication and discussion with the trustee. Scheme members/employers are advised to reflect their dissatisfaction to their trustee first and seek a resolution before filing a complaint. Please refer to the list of trustee hotlines .

MPFA's complaint handling procedures

 

After an initial assessment, if the complaint falls within the jurisdiction of MPFA, MPFA will decide the handling arrangement according to the nature of the complaint and the case details. MPFA will follow up with the relevant trustees to ensure that the complaint is properly handled.

MPFA's response to complaints


MPFA will handle the complaint expeditiously and inform the complainant of the results after the handling is completed. Due to relevant legal restrictions, MPFA may not be able to provide the details or information obtained during the performance of its functions. MPFA may also not be able to disclose the details in order to avoid any adverse impact on the administration of justice.

How to file a complaint with MPFA

 

Email

mpfa@mpfa.org.hk

  

Hotline

2918 0102 (8:45 am to 5:45 pm on weekdays)

 

Mail

Customer Services Department, MPFA,

Level 8, Tower 1, Kowloon Commerce Centre, 51 Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong*

 

Fax

2259 8806

* MPFA will not accept underpaid mail items, which will be returned to the sender or disposed of by Hongkong Post. Please ensure mail items bear sufficient postage.

Complainants who wish to make a complaint in person at an MPFA office can call the hotline (2918 0102) to make an appointment in advance.

 

MPFA office addresses

Complainants can also complete the following complaint form and return it to MPFA by mail or fax. After receiving the complaint form, MPFA will contact the complainant by phone to confirm the details of the case.

 

Complaints against MPF trustees: Download form 

Information to provide when filing a complaint

 

To ensure the complaint is processed efficiently, please provide the following information:

 

  • personal particulars and contact details;
  • proof of identity (e.g. Hong Kong Identity Card);
  • specific details of the complaint against the trustee; and
  • all the relevant supporting documents, e.g. benefit statement, transfer form, fund switching form, fax record of remittance statement, courier receipts.

 

If the complainant does not provide proof of identity and contact information, MPFA will still handle the complaint, but:

 

  • MPFA will not discuss with the complainant or disclose the case progress and findings to the complainant; and
  • the handling of the complaint may be impaired.

 

If a complainant wishes to authorize another person to lodge the complaint, a signed authorization form must be submitted. The authorized person must also provide proof of identity (if applicable) and contact information.

Authorization by an affected person: Download form 
Authorization by an affected company / organization: Download form 

 

While MPFA accepts complaints lodged by informants (i.e. persons not personally affected by the alleged non-compliance), MPFA will not disclose the progress and the results of fact-finding to the informants. Please note that MPFA may not be able to take follow-up action if only limited information is provided.

 

Personal Information Collection Statement

 

Before filing a complaint, please read the Personal Information Collection Statement for Complaints  .

Complaints Against MPF Intermediaries

MPFA’s roles and policies on handling complaints

Roles of MPFA


MPFA is a statutory body responsible for the regulation and supervision of MPF schemes and occupational retirement schemes. Its core functions are to administer the registration of MPF intermediaries, issue guidelines on compliance with statutory requirements, impose disciplinary sanctions, regulate sales and marketing activities, etc., so as to ensure that MPF intermediaries comply with the MPFSO.


The functions of supervision and investigation of regulated persons rest with the frontline regulators, including the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, the Insurance Authority and the Securities and Futures Commission.

The Complaints and Investigation Department of MPFA is responsible for handling complaints about MPF intermediaries’ non-compliance with performance requirements and/or the carrying on of regulated activities without being registered as MPF intermediaries.

 

What MPFA can do

 

  • conduct initial processing of complaints and identify possible breaches of performance requirements;
  • refer complaints to relevant frontline regulators for consideration of initiating investigation;
  • investigate complaints about unregistered marketing or sales activities and take enforcement actions; and
  • consider and impose disciplinary orders and/or take appropriate action.

What MPFA cannot and will not do

 

  • investigate complaints about  MPF intermediaries’ suspected breaches of performance requirements;
  • interfere with MPF intermediaries’ commercial decisions;
  • handle service quality issues of MPF intermediaries that fall outside the regulatory scope of the MPFSO and have no disciplinary or enforcement implications; or
  • act as a financial or legal adviser.

Notes on criminal prosecution

 

  • The duty of MPFA is to conduct investigation and collect evidence. (Note: For cases involving unregistered marketing or sales activities, MPFA may nominate a frontline regulator to assist MPFA in the criminal investigation.) MPFA is not vested with the power to initiate criminal prosecution. After investigation and collection of evidence, MPFA will seek legal advice and determine whether the evidence of the case is sufficient to support prosecution in accordance with the Prosecution Code of the Department of Justice.
  • Complainants serve as prosecution witnesses and help provide evidence during investigation. Even if the complainants request MPFA to initiate prosecution, MPFA will seek legal advice and determine whether the evidence of the case is sufficient to support prosecution in accordance with the Prosecution Code of the Department of Justice.

When to file a complaint

 

A complaint about the marketing and sales activities conducted by an MPF intermediary can be filed with MPFA if:

 

  • the MPF intermediary refuses to handle the complaint;
  • the complainant considers that the MPF intermediary has not handled the complaint fairly;
  • the complainant is not satisfied with the MPF intermediary's response;
  • there are grounds to believe that the complainant's interests have been prejudiced by the conduct of the MPF intermediary; or
  • the complainant suspects that the MPF intermediary is carrying on marketing and sales activities without proper registration, or is not a registered intermediary.

 

Complaints caused by misunderstanding or mismatched expectations can often be resolved through communication and discussion with the MPF intermediary. Scheme members are advised to reflect their dissatisfaction to the relevant subsidiary intermediary and/or principal intermediary first and seek a resolution before filing a complaint.

MPFA's complaint handling procedures

 

MPFA will make an initial assessment and, depending on the nature of the allegations, directly initiate an investigation, or refer the complaint to the relevant frontline regulators for consideration of initiating investigation.

The focus of the investigation will be:


  • whether the complaint involves regulated activities and falls within the regulatory scope of the MPFSO;
  • whether the practices of the MPF intermediary are non-compliant with the relevant legislation and performance requirements; or
  • whether the complaint is related to individuals who are carrying on regulated activities without MPF intermediary registration.

MPFA's response to complaints

 

MPFA will handle the complaint expeditiously and inform the complainant of the results after the assessment of investigation is completed. Due to relevant legal restrictions, MPFA may not be able to provide the details or information obtained during the performance of its functions. MPFA may also not be able to disclose the details in order to avoid any adverse impact on the administration of justice.

How to file a complaint with MPFA

 

Email

mpfa@mpfa.org.hk

  

Hotline

2918 0102 (8:45 am to 5:45 pm on weekdays)

 

Mail

Customer Services Department, MPFA,
Level 8, Tower 1, Kowloon Commerce Centre, 51 Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong*

 

Fax

2259 8806

* MPFA will not accept underpaid mail items, which will be returned to the sender or disposed of by Hongkong Post. Please ensure mail items bear sufficient postage.

Complainants who wish to make a complaint in person at an MPFA office can call the hotline (2918 0102) to make an appointment in advance. 

 

MPFA office addresses

Complainants can also complete the following complaint form and return it to MPFA by mail or fax. After receiving the complaint form, MPFA will contact the complainant by phone to confirm the details of the case.


Complaints against MPF intermediaries: Download form 

 

Information to provide when filing a complaint

 

To ensure the complaint is processed efficiently, please provide the following information:

 

  • personal particulars and contact details;
  • proof of identity (e.g. Hong Kong Identity Card);
  • name and contact details of the individual and/or company that the complaint is about;
  • consent to MPFA disclosing the complainant’s personal details and the complaint details to relevant third parties;
  • specific allegation(s) against the MPF intermediary and the details of the complaint; and
  • all the relevant supporting documents, e.g. the intermediary's business card, enrolment forms or relevant documents, written correspondence or email records/mobile phone text messages.

 

If the complainant does not provide proof of identity and contact information, MPFA will still handle the complaint, but:

 

  • MPFA will not discuss with the complainant or disclose the case progress and investigation results to the complainant; and
  • the investigation of the complaint may be impaired.

 

If a complainant wishes to authorize another person to lodge the complaint, a signed authorization form must be submitted. The authorized person must also provide proof of identity (if applicable) and contact information.


Authorization by an affected person: Download form 
Authorization by an affected company / organization: Download form

While MPFA accepts complaints lodged by informants (i.e. persons not personally affected by the alleged non-compliance), MPFA will not disclose the progress and the results of the investigation to informants. Please note that MPFA may not be able to take follow-up action if only limited information is provided.

Personal Information Collection Statement

 

Before filing a complaint, please read the Personal Information Collection Statement for Complaints   .

Complaints Against ORSO Employers or Administrators

MPFA’s roles and policies on handling complaints

Roles of MPFA

 

MPFA is a statutory body responsible for the regulation and supervision of MPF schemes and occupational retirement schemes (ORSO schemes). One of its functions is to ensure that employers and administrators of ORSO schemes comply with the Occupational Retirement Schemes Ordinance (ORSO) and the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes (Exemption) Regulation (Exemption Regulation) and operate these schemes in a prudent manner.

The ORSO Schemes Department of MPFA is responsible for handling complaints against employers and administrators of ORSO schemes.

What MPFA can do

 

  • investigate complaints about employers’ and ORSO scheme administrators’ suspected non-compliance with the ORSO and Exemption Regulation as well as complaints relating to enforcement issues, and take appropriate actions.

What MPFA cannot and will not do


  • Interfere with administrators’ operational and commercial decisions;
  • intervene or arbitrate in disputes between administrators and their clients;
  • intervene or arbitrate in labour disputes between employers and employees; or
  • act as a financial or legal adviser.

Notes on criminal prosecution

 

  • MPFA is not vested with the power to initiate criminal prosecution. After investigation and collection of evidence, MPFA will seek legal advice and determine whether the evidence of the case is sufficient to support prosecution in accordance with the Prosecution Code of the Department of Justice.
  • Complainants serve as prosecution witnesses and help provide evidence during investigation. Even if the complainants request MPFA to initiate prosecution, MPFA will seek legal advice and determine whether the evidence of the case  is sufficient to support prosecution in accordance with the Prosecution Code of the Department of Justice.

When to file a complaint

 

A complaint against an employer/administrator concerning the administration of ORSO schemes can be filed with MPFA if:

 

  • the employer/administrator refuses to handle the complaint;
  • the complainant considers that the employer/administrator has not handled the complaint fairly;
  • the complainant is not satisfied with the response from the employer/administrator; or
  • there are grounds to believe that the complainant's interests under an ORSO scheme have been prejudiced by the employer/administrator.
 

Complaints caused by misunderstanding or mismatched expectations can often be resolved through communication and discussion with the employer/administrator. Scheme members are advised to reflect their dissatisfaction to their employer/administrator first and seek a resolution before filing a complaint with MPFA.

MPFA's complaint handling procedure

 

MPFA will first make an initial assessment and, if necessary, conduct an investigation to review whether the practices of the employer/administrator have contravened the relevant legislation and guidelines.

MPFA's response to complaints

 

MPFA will handle the complaint expeditiously and inform the complainant of the investigation results after the investigation is completed. Due to relevant legal restrictions, MPFA may not be able to provide the investigation details or information obtained during the performance of its functions. MPFA may also not be able to disclose the details in order to avoid any adverse impact on the administration of justice.

How to file a complaint with MPFA


Email

mpfa@mpfa.org.hk


Hotline

2918 0102 (8:45 am to 5:45 pm on weekdays)

 

Mail

Customer Services Department, MPFA,
Level 8, Tower 1, Kowloon Commerce Centre, 51 Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong*

 

Fax

2259 8806

 

* MPFA will not accept underpaid mail items, which will be returned to the sender or disposed of by Hongkong Post. Please ensure mail items bear sufficient postage.

Complainants who wish to make a complaint in person at an MPFA office can call the hotline (2918 0102) to make an appointment in advance.

 

MPFA office addresses

 

Complainants can also complete the following complaint form and return it to MPFA by mail or fax. After receiving the complaint form, MPFA will contact the complainant by phone to confirm the details of the case.

Complaints Against ORSO Employers: Download form
Complaints Against ORSO Administrators: Download form 

 

Information to provide when filing a complaint

 

To ensure the complaint is processed efficiently, please provide the following information:

 
  • personal particulars and contact details;
  • proof of identity (e.g. Hong Kong Identity Card);
  • whether the complainant agrees to MPFA disclosing his/her identity to the employer (if applicable);
  • specific details of the complaint against the employer/administrator; and
  • all the relevant supporting documents, e.g. benefit statement, letter of termination of employment.

 

If the complainant does not provide proof of identity and contact information, MPFA will still handle the complaint, but:

 

  • MPFA will not discuss with the complainant or disclose the case progress and investigation results to the complainant; and
  • the investigation of the complaint may be impaired.

 

If a complainant wishes to authorize another person to lodge the complaint, a signed authorization form must be submitted. The authorized person must also provide proof of identity and contact information to MPFA.

Authorization by an affected person: Download form

Authorization by an affected company / organization: Download form


While MPFA accepts complaints lodged by informants (i.e. persons not personally affected by the alleged non-compliance), MPFA will not disclose the progress and the results of the investigation to the informants. Please note that MPFA may not be able to take follow-up action if only limited information is provided.

Personal Information Collection Statement

 

Before filing  a complaint, please read the Personal Information Collection Statement for Complaints  .

Complaints against MPFA / MPFA’s Staff

Notes on filing a complaint

Role of MPFA

 

MPFA is a statutory body responsible for the regulation and supervision of MPF schemes and occupational retirement schemes (ORSO schemes).

 

The core functions of MPFA are to:

  • ensure that employers, self-employed persons and scheme members comply with the MPFSO;
  • regulate the affairs and activities of approved MPF trustees and to ensure that trustee prudently administer their registered schemes in accordance with the law;
  • issue guidelines on compliance with the statutory requirements applicable to MPF intermediaries, and impose disciplinary sanctions; and
  • ensure that employers and administrators of ORSO schemes comply with the requirements of the Occupational Retirement Schemes Ordinance (ORSO), and operate the schemes in a prudent manner.

When to file a complaint


If you are dissatisfied with the way MPFA or its staff has/have carried out its/their duties, you can file a complaint with MPFA.

 

The following complaints are not covered under this procedure:

 

  • any complaints about the existing provisions and related policies of the MPFSO or ORSO;
  • any complaints that fall outside the purview of MPFA; and
  • complaints against MPFA’s former staff.

Who may file a complaint

 

Any person who is affected by the way MPFA or its staff has/have carried out its/their duties may file a complaint.

What is the time limit for filing a complaint

 

A complaint should be filed within one year from the occurrence of the incident. If you are unable to file a complaint within such time limit, please provide reasonable grounds for MPFA’s consideration of accepting the complaint.

How to file a complaint

 

You may file a complaint in writing. Please download this form and submit the completed form to MPFA in the ways listed on the second page of the form.

If you need assistance in completing the form, please call our hotline 2918 0102 to make an appointment to visit our office in person, so that our staff can assist you in filing a complaint.

MPFA office addresses

Information to provide when filing a complaint

 

To ensure the complaint is processed efficiently, please provide the following information:

  • your name, mailing or email address and daytime contact telephone number;
  • target of your complaint (e.g. name of MPFA department and/or staff);
  • details about your complaint and the incident; and
  • copies of relevant supporting documents (if any).
 

MPFA may, when necessary, request the complainant to provide proof of identity, such as Hong Kong Identity Card or passport number/copy, in order to verify the complainant’s identity.


If the above information is not provided in the form, or the information provided is inaccurate or incomplete, MPFA may not be able to fully investigate the complaint, or may even be unable to handle and respond to the complaint.

If the complainant's allegations are found to be false or misleading, or they are made maliciously or frivolously, MPFA reserves the right to take appropriate action.

Complaints filed by an authorized person

 

For complaints filed by an authorized person on behalf of an affected person or company/organization, the relevant authorization must be submitted in writing by the affected person or company/organization. Please download the authorization form via the following links:

 

Authorization by an affected person: Download form 

Authorization by an affected company/organization: Download form 

How will MPFA handle and respond to the complaint

 

Upon receipt of your complaint, MPFA will acknowledge receipt in writing within three working days.


The focus of the investigation is to ascertain whether the allegations of the complaint are substantiated. MPFA may contact the complainant for more information if necessary. The target of MPFA is to reply the complainant in writing within one month upon receipt of the complaint. If the investigation cannot be completed within one month, MPFA will inform the complainant in writing.


Unless there is new information or evidence, the written reply provided by MPFA to the complainant is considered final.

Personal information collection statement

 

Personal data provided in making a complaint to MPFA are for the purpose of investigating the complaint. The personal data will only be used for the aforesaid purpose or where permitted by law. If circumstances require the disclosure or transfer of the complainant’s personal data to a third party, MPFA will obtain prior consent from the complainant.


Complainants are entitled under the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance to ascertain whether MPFA holds personal data relating to the complainants, and to request access to or correction of any personal data relating to the complainants held by MPFA, in the manner and subject to limitations prescribed by the Ordinance. All enquiries should be directed in writing to the Personal Data Privacy Officer of MPFA. (Address: Level 8, Tower 1, Kowloon Commerce Centre, 51 Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong)

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TextComplainant may be required to provide further information to facilitate our follow-up actions. We may not be able to follow up your complaint if the information provided is insufficient.

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Job Title

MPF Intermediary Registration Number

Carrying on regulated activities without MPF Intermediary Registration

Name of the Company

Address

Telephone Number

Email Address

Company Website

Name of person who contacted you and his/her contact details

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Titile

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Email Address

Other Details

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Address

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Address

Name of Contact Person

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Salary

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Employer's Scheme

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Complainant's Particulars

Chinese Name (Last Name)

Chinese Name (Given Name)

English Name (Last Name)

English Name (First Name)

Title

HKID Card / Passport Number

Address

Telephone Number

Email

Details of Suspected Non-compliant Employer

Name of Employer / Company

Address

Name of Contact Person (Last Name)

Name of Contact Person (First Name)

Position

Telephone Number

Business Status

Details of Employment

Employment Start Day

Employment End Day

Termination Reason

Position

Contract Type

Contract Term

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Details of Complaint

Name of ORSO Trustee

Name of ORSO Scheme

Scheme Number

Non-compliance Nature

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Months with Default Contributions

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Complainant's Particulars

Chinese Name (Last Name)

Chinese Name (Given Name)

English Name (Last Name)

English Name (First Name)

Title

HKID Card / Passport Number

Address

Telephone Number

Email

Name of Employer / Company

Details of ORSO Administrator

Name of ORSO Adminstrator

Address

Scheme Name

Scheme Number

Member's Account Number

Details of Complaint

Complaint Nature

Others

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