All SRD R350 Approved Without Pay Dates Should Submit Their Personal Banking Details – SASSA

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has recently announced that all applicants who have been approved for the R350 grant but still have no pay dates must submit their personal banking details immediately if they have chosen to be paid through Cash Send (Ewallet) or Post Bank Virtual at retail shops.

This is an urgent matter and needs to be taken seriously by all concerned applicants. SASSA has stated that failure to provide personal banking details will result in delayed or non-payment of the R350 grant. This means that those who are in need of financial assistance may have to wait longer to receive the much-needed funds, which could lead to dire consequences for some.

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It is essential that applicants who have chosen to be paid through Cash Send (Ewallet) or Post Bank Virtual at retail shops submit their personal banking details as soon as possible. This can be done by contacting SASSA directly or visiting the nearest SASSA office. Applicants should have their ID numbers and banking details at hand when submitting this information.

It is important to note that SASSA has emphasized that they will not be held responsible for delayed or non-payment of the R350 grant if applicants fail to submit their personal banking details on time. It is therefore crucial that all applicants take immediate action to ensure that their personal banking details are submitted to SASSA as soon as possible.

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The urgency of submitting personal banking details for R350 grant applicants cannot be overstated. Applicants who have chosen to be paid through Cash Send (Ewallet) or Post Bank Virtual at retail shops should act swiftly and submit their personal banking details to SASSA to avoid delayed or non-payment of the R350 grant.

Remember, time is of the essence, and it is important to take action as soon as possible to receive the much-needed financial assistance.

17 thoughts on “All SRD R350 Approved Without Pay Dates Should Submit Their Personal Banking Details – SASSA”

  1. what if Sassa already has a person’s bank details and they’re dit put 350 for 2023 but the same person has approved reconsiderations from 2021 without paydates.. reconsideration months that’s been approved in 2021 but stil no paydates.. that’s sad I must say..

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  2. Good Day I just want too know how long does it takes for sassa to approved the 350 grant it’s been long that people have sent their.banking details it’s almost 2 months really people really need this money come on guys some people have been approved for 11 months no dates please help the poor ?

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  3. Why everytime i try to update my banking details it says already requested in past 24 hours everyday I’ve tried to call with no help

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  4. I have been approved since from last year October but no payments, I don’t know what to do.
    I am 40yrs unemployed man, with 2 kid’s that R350 will make a difference in my family. I need it

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  5. Pls help me from the whole of 2022 I ddnt get my R350 cause my account had money so I have used all the money now am asking the dep to help me get my srd R350 pls am a mother of 3 who are unemployed there’s no income as we talk pls help

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  6. I have been struggling to add my banking details so that my payment would be easy but unfortunately I can’t and is been eight months without payments and my applications are approved don’t know why I should wait for so long I can’t take it anymore

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  7. I’m have been approved since September 2021,October ,November, December,January, February, until 2022 was approved no payment was made ,then June July, August, October November and December was declined, source of income ,really haven’t been working since 2004,if sources of income was identified was my daughter used my bank acc due her card was lost

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