Can I withdraw eWallet at any ATM?

Recipient can withdraw money at any PEP store or FNB ATM. You will receive SMS confirmation of how much money has been sent and who sent the money.

How do I transfer money from eWallet to bank account?

How can I withdraw money from eWallet without ATM?

At the ATM, if you do not have an ATM card, you could opt for the cardless services transaction option. Select the “eWallet Services” on the screen. Enter your valid South African phone number on the keypad and select the “proceed” option.

What happens if eWallet is not withdrawn?

In case the recipient fails to withdraw the cash in the given period, the money is reversed back to the account of the sender. In case you receive payments wrongly, do not withdraw the cash and the FNB reverse payment will automatically revert to the sender after the PIN expires.

Where can I withdraw Nsfas eWallet?


You can withdraw cash at Shoprite, Checkers, Boxer, USAVE or selected Spar stores. Advise the cashier that you would like to with draw cash (maximum allowed is R1000 per pay at Shoprite, Checkers.

Can I withdraw eWallet at Spar?

FNB has announced that consumers can now use their FNB eWallet to purchase goods and withdraw cash at participating owner-managed Spar stores in South Africa.

Can you withdraw eWallet at Pick n Pay?

A Recipient of eWallet funds can: Withdraw all or some of the cash from the eWallet at an FNB ATM, without needing a bank card. Pay for goods and services online from the eWallet using Cell Pay Point. Pick n Pay, Shoprite, Checkers and Boxer Stores.

Can eWallet be traced?

At FNB online banking there is no where an option to cancel an ewallet transaction for in case it was a mistake. Even to top it off there is no way that an ewallet withdrawel cannot be traced either so that I can take this matter up further to catch this man that sceams money out of people.

How much can you withdraw from eWallet?

EWallet account can hold a maximum of R5,000 at any point in time. The limit per day when transferring via the mobile app or online banking is R3,000 while the limit for cellphone banking and ATMs is R1,500.

Can I withdraw R50 from eWallet?

The minimum amount that you can withdraw at an ATM is R20. This can, however vary from ATM to ATM, and if the ATM does not issue R20 notes that time, the minimum will probably be R50. It is also possible to withdraw less than R20 if it is from a participating retailer.

Where can I spend eWallet?

Several chain tenants, franchises and restaurants accept Touch ‘n Go eWallet payments, including Tesco, all retail stores owned by Dairy Farm International Holdings (Giant Hypermarket, Cold Storage, Mercato), Watsons, KFC, McDonald’s, Dunkin’ Donuts, Baskin-Robbins, Starbucks, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Shell, Petron,

What is the maximum amount you can eWallet?

R5 000

How does eWallet work capitec?

What is the maximum balance of the eWallet? The maximum balance is R5 000.

What is eWallet account?

At the stores, tell the cashier you‘re a Capitec client and give them your money transfer reference number, name, surname, and cellphone number. Then they’ll ask for the pin to validate the transaction. Once checked and validated, you’ll get your money instantly. You can now start shopping for important stuff.

What is eWallet monthly limit?

E-Wallet allows you to store multiple credit card and bank account numbers in a secure environment, and eliminate the need to enter in account information when making your payment. Once you have registered and created E-Wallet profiles, you can make payments faster and with less typing.

How do I reverse eWallet online banking?

R24 000

Can I transfer Touch n Go balance to e wallet?

The mobile eWallet eXtra account has a daily spend limit of R3 000 and a monthly spend limit of R24 000, while cash withdrawals can be made at FNB ATMs, or over the counter at participating SPAR stores and FNB acquired merchants.