How do I check my SASSA Ewallet balance?

You can check your SASSA balance via your phone by following the below steps:

  1. Dial *120*3210# on your phone
  2. Follow the prompts

If the above USSD code and balance check do not work, then try the following:

  1. Dial *120*69277# on your phone
  2. Follow each step
  3. You should then get an SMS notification

SASSA (South African Social Security Agency) does not directly provide an eWallet service. However, if you are referring to the SASSA card or another type of prepaid card linked to SASSA benefits, the process may involve checking your card balance through different methods. Please note that services and features may change, so it’s recommended to check with SASSA or the relevant financial institution for the most up-to-date information.

Here are general steps you might follow to check the balance on your SASSA card or associated prepaid card:

  1. Use ATM: You can visit any ATM that accepts the SASSA card or the specific prepaid card associated with your benefits. Insert your card and follow the prompts to check your balance. Typically, there is an option for “Balance Inquiry.”
  2. Contact the Card Provider: The SASSA card or associated prepaid card is usually issued by a specific financial institution. Check for contact details on the card, and you can call the customer service number to inquire about your balance.
  3. Check Online (if applicable): Some prepaid cards have online portals or mobile apps that allow users to check their balances. If your card is associated with an online service, log in to the portal or app to view your balance.
  4. Visit a Bank or SASSA Office: You can visit a local bank branch or a SASSA office where the card was issued. Staff at these locations can assist you in checking your card balance.
  5. SMS Inquiry (if applicable): Some card providers offer SMS services for balance inquiries. Check the information on your card or contact the card provider to see if this service is available.
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Please note that the specific steps may vary based on the type of card you have and the financial institution associated with it. If you are unsure, it is recommended to contact the SASSA helpline or visit a local SASSA office for assistance. Always prioritize official communication channels to avoid potential scams or misinformation.