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2 800 suspicious SASSA accounts suspended

Sassa has identified potential fraud with 2 800 accounts from different banks and the South African Post Office (Sapo) and advised banks to stop payment on those accounts.

Although the vast majority of these cases are from the Eastern Cape, Sassa is urging Breede Valley residents who have legitimate accounts and who have been affected, to make an affidavit at the local police station. The affidavit should confirm the correctness of bank details and account holder details.

After making the affidavit, the beneficiary must take their bar coded or smart card ID, together with the completed affidavit to Sassa. Those using personal banks must bring along proof of banking details from their banks.

As soon as a beneficiary with a stopped payment has reported the matter, Sassa will facilitate a refund after an investigation has been done.

SASSA and its partners in the banking industry will remain on high alert to ensure that the right grant goes to the right person.

Beneficiaries are urged to work with officials and the police to report any criminal activity pertaining to social grants so that fraudsters can be arrested and convicted.

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