eWallet Reversal Number

eWallet Reversal Number

Can eWallet money be reversed? – the answer is yes, dial eWallet reversal number *120*321# on your mobile phone [USSD]

eWallet Reversal Number is as follows *120*321#

For anyone who needs to reverse their eWallet transaction, the good news is, you can easily do so on your own by dialling the following number *120*321# your cellphone.

And again, there is also an alternative for how to reversal your eWallet transaction, simply use FNB ewallet helpline by calling the 087 575 9405.

Should you prefer to use an email to request eWallet reversal, simply use the following email address to reset your eWallet transaction care@fnb.co.za.

eWallet Reversal

If you don’t prefer to use FNB ewallet helpline, simply use your cellphone to do an eWallet Reversal by following the following step by step guide.

How to reverse FNB eWallet payment?

  • Dial *120*321# on your mobile phone [USSD]
  • Select option 4 for “Send Money”
  • Select option 5 for “eWallet reversal”
  • Select the transaction that you want to reverse.

How To Reverse Money Using FNB App?

Unfortunately, with the FNB App and Internet banking, there is currently no way to reverse eWallet.

Before pressing the send button, please double-check and cross-check the recipient’s telephone amount.

Requesting a reversal would cost you R50, and FNB does not promise that your money will be returned.

How Long Does it Take for eWallet Reversal

According to those who have done it before and experienced First National Bank customers who sometimes apply for FNB temporary loans, FNB eWallet reversals require anywhere from 4 to 15 days to process.

It will take a few days for your money to be refunded to your bank account.

What is eWallet?

The most common method of transferring money through mobile banking is via an eWallet.

To withdraw the money, whoever you give the money to only needs a functioning cellphone number, not a bank account.

  • An SMS is sent to the receiver with payment withdrawal details.
  • At the FNB ATM, money can be withdrawn right away.
  • The FNB account holder uses the eWallet program to transfer money to a cellphone number.
  • There is no need to wait for payment clearance since the money is exchanged safely and immediately.

The eWallet pin will expire 16 hours after the transaction is completed.

If the pin has expired, the receiver may order a new withdrawal pin by dialing *120*277#.

The latest is only valid for 4 hours.

For more information about FNB eWallet, we recommend that you visit this banking institution website www.fnb.co.za

Can ewallet money be reversed? YES

Below is the eWallet Reversal Number *120*321# again!