The SA Security Agency (Sassa) has updated its instructions for changing your cellphone number in its database in order to get your R350 unemployment benefit. According to the company, anyone who wants to collect their R350 incentive by cardless banking at an ATM needs Rica their cellphone number and go to the Sassa website.
This comes after several internet users expressed concerns about the lack of options for those who want to change numbers and others, claiming that they had misplaced the sim card with which they had signed up, or that they had entered an incorrect cellphone number into the system and needed to update it. According to SASSA, if customers "prefer to be paid through their bank accounts, they must ensure that the bank account provided is registered in their name." "Because till pins are assigned to the cellphone numbers provided when applying, this would make it easier for the client to withdraw their grant from merchants."
All cellphone numbers update, appeals, and checking your status should be done on the Sassa website, and remember only applications made on the Sassa website are considered as the minister's announcement.
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