FNB eWallet – FNB is one of South Africa’s leading and innovative commercial banks that offers various banking and financial services to ordinary South Africans, and among these is their money transfer facility called eWallet. With the eWallet facility an FNB account holder can send money to anyone in South Africa who has an active cell phone number, irregardless whether they have an FNB account or not.
FNB eWallet is the most safe way of sending money to your loved ones, and you are allowed to send as much as R3 000 daily and R10 000 monthly on one account, and you have the option to select whether you want to send them an accompanying PIN or they can get it themselves using *120*277# on their cell phone.
How does FNB eWallet work?
The FNB eWallet facility is available to FNB account holders who have online or cellphone banking. To send money online they simply need to go to their internet banking and login, then click on the “Send Money” tab and fill out the relevant details of the recipient such as their name and cellphone number. The recipient will get an SMS notification informing them of the sender and amount and they will then need to visit the nearest FNB ATM and dial *120*277# and get the PIN to withdraw the money.
The FNB eWallet was introduced in South Africa first and has since extended to countries such as Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland and Zambia. To date they have had transactions that exceed R1 billion using eWallet and are set to continue growing. In addition to cash withdrawals you can also buy prepaid airtime, purchase electricity or even pay your bills using this facility.
The Maximum amount of money you can transfer using online banking or their FNB app is R3 000, for cellphone banking it is R1 500 and for FNB ATM eWallet transfers it is R1 500.
FNB eWallet FAQ
How much can I send daily?
You can easily send your money using FNB’s online banking and their FNB App to send a maximum amount of R3 000, while with their cell phone banking and FNB ATM you to send a maximum of R1 500 per day.
How much can the FNB eWallet account hold?
The FNB eWallet account can hold a maximum amount of R5 000 which for your convenience you can withdraw at any FNB ATM machine.
What happens when i send to the wrong number?
If you send an eWallet to the wrong number you can do a reversal by simply calling their customer care number 087 575 9405 and request a Send Money transactional reversal.
How can I request another PIN?
To request a new PIN once the eWallet PIN has expired simply dial *120*277# and get another one, but you must have airtime in your phone as it comes with charges.
FNB eWallet Contact Details
Find out more detailed information on how you can send money using FNB eWallet by visiting their website www.fnb.co.za.