Withdrawing your SASSA Relief Grant from FNB is an easy process, which you can do with just a few clicks. In this guide, we will show you how to withdraw your SASSA relief grant from an ATM or at the bank.
How To Withdraw SASSA Relief Fund From FNB
To withdraw your SASSA relief grant from an FNB ATM, follow these easy steps:
- Log in to your FNB account online or at a branch and go to the “My Cards” section of your profile.
- Select “Change Card” and choose the card you wish to use for this transaction.
- Choose “Withdrawal/Transfer Amounts” as the purpose of your withdrawal and confirm that you want to make this withdrawal from an ATM;
- Enter how much you want to withdraw (maximum R5 000 per day). You can also select any amount below R5 000 if you wish;
- Follow the prompts on screen until you reach the final step where you enter your PIN number (if using Chip & Pin) or enter your personal identification number (PIN) into a keypad at an ATM machine;
- On successful completion of these steps, please note that there will be no fee for using this service
Withdrawing from an FNB ATM
To withdraw SASSA relief fund from an FNB ATM, follow these steps:
- Go to any FNB ATM and select SASSA relief fund as the withdrawal option.
- Enter your card PIN and select the amount you want to withdraw (minimum of R100).
- Confirm your withdrawal by selecting “Yes” on screen prompts or pressing “Enter” on keypad if prompted by an ATM cashier or teller at a branch
Debit card advantages
The debit card, a.k.a. bank card, is a payment method that uses your bank account to make purchases and withdrawals from ATMs. The most common use of debit cards in South Africa is withdrawing cash from an ATM machine and paying for goods and services at merchants who accept them as payment methods.
By using this card you can access your money quickly, 24/7 and all over the world! If you’re travelling abroad use it at any Visa-accepting retailer or any ATM machine worldwide – just like with your normal Visa credit card here in SA! And if something goes wrong with one of those transactions?
Don’t worry: all merchants are required by law to have insurance cover up their side of the bargain too so that they’ll pay back anything they owe (up to R50 000) if things go bad between them and other parties involved in transactions done through electronic means such as e-commerce sites.”
Here’s how to easily withdraw your SASSA relief grant from an FNB ATM.
If you’re a SASSA beneficiary, you can withdraw your SASSA relief grant from an FNB ATM. Here’s how:
- Make sure that the card that is linked to your SASSA account is in good standing.
- Bring your SASSA beneficiary number and check balance information with you to the ATM, as well as the card for which you will be withdrawing funds.
- Select “Withdraw” on the screen of your FNB ATM; then select “Cards”, followed by “SASSA”. Enter your PIN when prompted, then select whether or not you want to access additional cash (if applicable), and enter an amount up to R1000 at a time.
Hopefully, this guide has helped you in withdrawing your SASSA relief grant from an FNB ATM. If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact us by sending us a message on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/fnb). We’re here to help!