There are as of now various strategies and method for which the SASSA R350 award recipients can decided to accept their award cash, and one of those techniques incorporates cardless banking otherwise called 'E-wallet', and in case you are one of the Millions of qualifying R350 SRD award recipients who rely upon cardless banking to get the award cash then this article is intended for you.
The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) took to it's true Twitter account recently (Tuesday 12 October) to make an impression on all the R350 SRD recipients who have chosen cardless banking as a strategy for installment for the award
SASSA says that recipients who have chosen cardless banking need to ensure that they have enlisted for the award utilizing telephone numbers that have been enrolled with RICA.
"Candidates of the exceptional COVID-19 SRD award ought to if it's not too much trouble, guarantee that the cellphone number they use has gone through the RICA cycle on the off chance that they decide to be paid through cardless banking at an ATM" - South Africa Social Security Agency.
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