Sassa Banking Details Update Link | SRD Sassa Updates
One of the reasons that cause delays in SRD payments is the incorrect banking details on the SRD system. Sassa frequently urges SRD beneficiaries or clients to use correct banking details and not to regularly change the banking details on the system.
Banking Details Changes
Changing banking details on the system may results in delays in payments since the newly added banking details will have to be verified by Sassa. Verifications may take time leading to the delay in funds disbursement.
Sassa Banking Details Update Link
If it is really necessary that you are forced to update your banking details on the system, you may use Sassa banking details update link to do so. Here is the Sassa banking details update link: https://srd.sassa.gov.za
Below are the steps indicating how to submit banking details to Sassa for your SRD application.
How to Submit Your Banking Details to Sassa?
It is so much easy to submit your banking details to Sassa online. Follow the steps below to start now.
Step 1: Go to https://srd.sassa.gov.za
Step 2: Scroll down to where you will find a yellow bar written “How do I change my banking details”.
Step 3: Under that bar, enter your ID number used during application for the grant and hit “Submit”
Step 4: Check your phone for SMS from Sassa. An SMS containing a secure link, unique to you, will be sent to the mobile phone number with which you registered during application.
Step 5: Click on the link in the SMS and follow the instructions carefully.
Step 6: Enter ID Number and hit “Submit” again. Now you should be able to see your current payment option. Do nothing if you don’t want to change those details.
Step 7: To change details, scroll down and click “Capture Own Bank Account”. Select your bank name, branch number, account type and enter your account number on the last block provided and hit “submit”.
That will be all. Sassa will verify your new banking details and will only start paying your funds to that account after verifications. Note that Sassa will not pay your grant if the account provided does not match with your details. One must use their own bank account in order to get paid.
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