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How Does FNB eWallet

As major banks move into the new digital era, FNB has a service for its existing client to send money using FNB eWallet in South Africa.

The plaform enables FNB customers to send money from their banking account to any fnb ewalletvalid South African mobile number.

This great service enables anyone who does not have an FNB Account to withdraw funds sent to them using an FNB ATM.

Although this send money using eWallet service can only be used within South Africa.

How to Send Money Using FNB eWallet

First National Bank(FNB) provides its customers with an eWallet option using mobile service or FNB banking app using their FNB Bank Account.

To send money using eWallet, you need to login using your FNB Banking cell phone number and customer selected pin.

Once you have logged in to your FNB Account on mobile, select the send money option available to you.

You will have an option to put in the recipient cell number and the amount you would like to send to your recipient.

Next next step will prompt you to confirm this action and provide you with an option to send the eWallet pin to the recepient.

The very most important fact to note is, you will have no fnb eWallet reversal option, make sure that you have the right details and amount to send eWallet .

Sending FNB eWallet – Recepient

The eWallet receiver will get a text notification that has 4-digits pin that they need to withdraw funds from the ATM.

FNB eWallet pin expires within four hours soon after you have received it on your mobile phone.

You may want to get to the nearest FNB ATM to use your initial eWallet pin sent to you before it expires.

If for any reason you are unable to get to the nearest FNB ATM, you can always reset the initial eWallet pin that was sent to you phone.

Resend FNB eWallet Pin – Expired eWallet Pin

Most of the time people are unaware if – does eWallet expire?

To reset eWallet pin you can use the following number *130*277# on the cell number that the eWallet was sent to.

Use *130*277# to renew your eWallet pin, on the menu that will appear select an option Get FNB ATM pin to have new pin sent to you.

Once you have received a new eWallet ATM, same applies to this pin, if you can not withdraw funds within 4 hours the pin will expire.

Withdraw eWallet funds

FNB Bank Card for eWallet is not required, you need to take the cell number and pin to the ATM to withdraw the eWallet funds.

You might not immediately see an option to withdraw eWallet cash from the ATM.

When you get to you respective ATM, if you don’t see the option to eWallet, push any button on the screen to see all option available on you ATM Screen.

Select the Cardless Services option and follow steps on how to withdraw funds by first entering the mobile number.

Next you will be required to to put in the eWallet pin that was sent to you and the amount that you want to cash out.

Benefits of Using FNB eWallet Service

One greatest benefit is, the funds that are sent to you will always remain in the cell number that the funds were sent to.

If you have not withdrawn all the eWallet funds sent to you, they will be remain in you mobile number just as if you had a bank account with FNB.

The eWallet service is easy for anyone to interact with, from a sender to a receiver perspective.

Recipients are not limited to be only FNB existing customers who holds bank accounts with the bank.

eWallet supports all mobile networks within this country.

Start using eWallet today and to get more information on how to use information you may visit the FNB website www.fnb.co.za

 

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