You can easily just eft money and just don't put any telling details in the refGuys, this is the closest thread FNB related that I could find so please bare with me. I have a question about eWallet that I can not find on the documentation. Is the sender's details shared at any time during the transactions or can it be used to send money anonymously?
I see there is a R5000 limit to it as well so not sure if this is the best method for what I am trying to do.
Any other reccomendations of a service to use to donate money anonymously?
So my current bond balance is around 265k, monthly premium is 3,2k and i pay 3,5k instead and currently sitting at 7,8k available... how do i calculate the percentage?Just the portion to get the right percentage. You only have access to this if you have paid in extra. If you paid nothing then there is nothing.
Move to another bank?As above.
Haha!! Really really not. And no SARS trick either. Just a simple donation to help with some medical expenses for a little girl with health problems. See how this steered the thread into an even worse off-topic direction than it already went into with my question.This sounds stalker-ish
Good on you for wanting to help someone anonymously.Haha!! Really really not. And no SARS trick either. Just a simple donation to help with some medical expenses for a little girl with health problems. See how this steered the thread into an even worse off-topic direction than it already went into with my question.
Thanks so much man. This is really helpfull. It seems like the hospital bills is quite taken care off. The issue now is daily expenses like only the milk formula is R800 every 3 days. The Dischem voucher is a very good option as I am very sure that they will stock or be able to get any sort of specialty items if this is the case here. Really appreciated, thanks again.Good on you for wanting to help someone anonymously.
I checked an ewallet sms where someone sent me money and their initial and surname was in the sms. Not sure if they could change this before sending to the ewallet.
Maybe test it first by sending a R100 to a friend/gf/bf/son/daughter/mom, etc.
Another option could be to ewallet to a new prepaid sim and then edit the sms and send it to them with the pin code. Only problem with this is that they will not be able to request a new pin if it expires.
Is it for medical bills or medication that they can buy at Dischem? You could then buy a Dischem voucher and have it delivered them anonymously as a gift.
I found a cool thing on the app today - if they are with FNB, you can use their cell number to pay into their bank account.