There are so many reasons why your SASSA money is not in your bank account or not received. Below are the some of the likely reasons :
For Regular SASSA Grants 2023.
- If you are recipient of SASSA regular grants such as Old Age, Child Support Grant, Disability grant etc, then first check your bank account balance if you are using your personal bank account.
- When SASSA pays the money, the various banks have to credit the account of each individual recipients before it will be reflected in the account.
- Some banks may delay, please you can contact your bankers for clarification.
- Secondly, be sure payments are already issued from the SASSA, and know when it was released by confirming from SASSA through their Contact 0800601011 or visit a nearby SASSA store.
- If your card is intact, make sure the card is active and not cloned or someone else does not have access to the pin
- There are these fraudsters and thieves who might be stealing from your SASSA card which you may not be aware of. These people are usually people who are close to you and may even know the pin number of your card.
- You always have to keep your SASSA card at a safe and secured place and possibly withdraw money from the ATM yourself or unless persons you can really trust.
- If you find out that your card is somewhat compromised or stolen or you suspect of any foul play, report to SASSA or post office or to the police immediately.
For SRD R350 Grant
- Make sure your bank account details are verified and not pending
- That you ate approved with pay dates for that month in question.
- The phone number used to apply is available to you and functional.
- If you are not using bank, check the merchants fir payment.
- Don’t necessarily wait for the SMS notification, it does not always work.
- If you are using bank check your bank account balance, don’t always wait for SMS alert for cash deposits.
The above reasons could be the reason why most applicants have still not received their grants or why money is not in yet