If you’ve ever made a mistake while transferring funds through the FNB app, you know how important it is to know how to reverse an EFT payment. Reversing an EFT payment with the FNB banking app can save you a lot of hassle and stress. Here’s how you can do it in a few simple steps before it’s too late.
What is an EFT payment?
An Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) payment is a digital payment that allows money to be transferred between bank accounts. It’s a popular and convenient way to send and receive money and is widely used in South Africa.
Reasons for reversing an EFT payment
You should reverse an EFT payment on the FNB app for several reasons. Some of the most common reasons include:
- Sending money to the wrong account
- Making a payment for the wrong amount
- Paying the wrong beneficiary
- Paying a fraudulent beneficiary
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How to reverse an EFT payment on the FNB app
You’ll need to act quickly to reverse an EFT payment on the FNB app. Once a payment has been processed, it isn’t easy to reverse it, and you may need to contact FNB customer support for assistance.
To reverse an EFT payment on the FNB app, you can follow these steps:
- Open the FNB Banking App on your mobile device and log in using your username and password.
- In the FNB app, navigate to the ‘Payments’ section. This is where you can view and manage all of your payments.
- Find the EFT payment you want to reverse and click on it to view the details.
- In the payment details, select the ‘Reverse Payment‘ option. You’ll be asked to confirm that you want to reverse the payment.
- Confirm that you want to reverse the payment. You may need to enter your FNB app PIN or use biometric authentication to confirm the reversal.
- Once you’ve confirmed the payment reversal, you’ll need to wait for the payment to be reversed. This may take a few hours or even a few days, depending on the payment method and other factors.
It’s important to note that certain conditions may need to be met to reverse a payment, such as a specific timeframe or certain requirements from the recipient of the payment. It’s also a good idea to contact FNB 24hr customer service if you have any questions or concerns about reversing a payment.
Tips for avoiding EFT payment mistakes
While it’s possible to reverse an EFT payment on the FNB app, it’s always better to avoid making mistakes in the first place. Here are some tips for avoiding EFT payment mistakes:
- Double-check the payment details before you send the money
- Use the FNB app’s beneficiary management system to save and manage your beneficiaries
- Enable transaction notifications to receive alerts when a payment is made
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, ETF transfer reversals attract a fee of R298 per transaction which you have to pay, and then the fee applies whether or not the reversal is successful.
No, ETF reversals on FNB will not be possible if while making the transfer you choose the Pay & Clear Now option.
The process for reversing an ETF payment on FNB is not automatic, and can only be executed with authorization. The timeframe for the reversal process may vary depending on several factors.
No, you can only attempt a reversal if the transaction was made within 30 days.
You can authorize an ETF reverse payment on FNB by contacting the bank’s customer service center at 087 575 9405 or visiting a branch in person.
Reversing an EFT payment on the FNB app is easy if you act quickly. Just follow the steps outlined in this article, and you’ll be able to reverse your payment in no time. Remember to double-check your payment details to avoid making mistakes in the future.
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