Do you want to know how to withdraw SASSA R350 from ATM? Do you use the SASSA Card or are you planning on getting one and would like to know how to withdraw SRD R350 from ATM?
Well, the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) in charge of the Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) R350 Grant with its debit card, the SASSA Card makes it possible for you to withdraw your monthly R350 grant from ATMs.
But how do you cash out SASSA R350 from ATM? This is what we’re going to show you in this article. So, let’s get started with it.
How To Withdraw SASSA R350 From ATM?
- Go to any Automated Teller Machine (ATM)
- Insert your SASSA Card
- Select Withdrawal
- Enter your PIN
- Enter the amount you want to withdraw from your SASSA Card
- Wait for the ATM to push out your money
- Take your SASSA Card from the ATM
- Take your money from the ATM
You have successfully cashed out your SASSA SRD R350 from the Automated Teller Machine (ATM).
We do recommend that your read Can I Still Collect SASSA R350 Grant With Cash Send Payment Option? for more information on SASSA Cash Send payment.
How Much Of SASSA R350 Can You Withdraw From ATM?
Once your SASSA SRD R350 grant application is approved, you’ll receive a total of R350. Therefore, you can withdraw all your SASSA R350 money from the SASSA Card via the ATM.
Again, you can decide to withdraw only the amount you need at the moment and not the total R350. Moreover, you can come back to withdraw the balance anytime you want.
Is SASSA Card Safe To Keep Your R350?
Yes, the SASSA Card is a debit card and very safe like all other bank debit cards like that of Nedbank, Capitec, etc.
Therefore, there’s nothing to worry about once your SASSA SRD R350 is credited to your SASSA Card. You can choose to withdraw your money anytime and at any ATM wherever you are.
The important thing is to always remember your PIN.
You can also read Why Have I Not Received My SASSA R350 Grant? for reasons why your SASSA R350 grant is still not paid.
Are There Other SASSA R350 Payment Methods?
Yes, the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) Grant has payment options that you can choose from to receive your monthly R350.
Despite having the choice to select the SASSA payment method you want, we advise that you choose the most convenient and easy at your disposal to avoid issues with your grant’s payment.
You should read How To Change SASSA R350 Grant Payment Method for the guide to change your payment option for your SASSA SRD R350 grant.
We do hope this article on how to withdraw SASSA R350 from ATM was helpful?
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