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SASSA SRD R350 bank details can be switched from one payment option to another or updated with new account details. Since this is confidential and unique, SASSA requires that the applicant make this with only the ID number and the unique link sent to the number the applicant used to to submit the application.

The link usually looks like this url https // details but contains other details which makes it unique to the individual applicant.

Even if the applicant request twice for bank account change, the two url will be different from each other.

According to SASSA, the applicant can request to change bank details once in a day thus after 24 hours.

Once again, when the request is made and the SMS is sent, the applicant has up to 30 minutes to complete the process. Failure to complete will lead expiration and the applicant will have to wait for another 24 hours to request again.

How To Switch Or Change or Submit Banking Details:

  • Visit the website
  • Scroll down to the section where there is label asking you update your bank account details
  • Insert your ID number there and submit
  • Within seconds to a minute, you will receive the link, just click on the link right away.
  • Choose from the bank account details or Post office (Merchants). Note the Cash Send or Ewallet is currently not working

https // details download

Here this url does not need to be downloaded from anywhere, to get into (download) your smartphone, you make the request from the SASSA SRD R350 official website as discussed above.

https // details durban

This unique link is not attached to a particular location or place or even Durban, wherever you are, if only you have access to the internet or SMS services, you can use to manage your payment option on the SASSA SRD R350 grant application.

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This application form is an online form which has to be filled for instance for banks, your bank name, bank account or bank account type.

Look at the image below for details and procedures discussed above.

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