FNB eWallet is a money transfer facility by First Rand Bank in South Africa.
It’s an easy and convenient way of sending money to friends and family instantly without having the recipient open an FNB banking account but a valid cellphone number.
In the below sections, I’m going to discuss the eWallet limit since so many FNB customers ask about.
FNB eWallet Limit
With eWallet, you can send cash up to R3 000 per day using either online banking or the app.
If you don’t either of those but still use the normal USSD cellphone banking, you will be able to send out money up to R1 500 daily.
This means in a month, you can send amounts up to R93 000 to people that don’t even have a FNB account, isn’t that awesome.
A service fee of R10.95 will be charged per transaction – so to save even more with eWallet – please send money at once.
Ensure that the amount you wish to send to a person to avoid multiple transactions.
An eWallet receiver is not forced by anyone to withdraw the cash from the cellphone account however the facility can only hold a maximum of R5 000 for a user to withdraw.
Should it happen that you send money to someone by mistake and wish to get the amount back, this is possible with FNB, the leading innovative bank in the country.
To reverse a transaction, kindly call 087 575 9405 and speak to one of their friendly and trained consultants to request a reversal right away, this doesn’t usually take long.
FNB Contact Details
To find out more information about eWallet or any of the many FNB financial products, please call their call centre on 087 575 9405 to chat to a consultant.
Because FNB is one of the top banks in South Africa, they receive a high volume of calls, so they will attend your call very quick as possible.
Alternatively read more on their website at www.fnb.co.za.