Can I get the R350 grant via cash send if the cell phone is not mine?
No, you cannot receive the R350 grant via cash send if the cellphone number is not yours.
SASSA requires that applicants provide their own cellphone number for the R350 grant payment to be made to them directly. This is to ensure that the grant payment is secure and goes to the intended recipient.
If you do not have your own cellphone number, you can consider obtaining one. Alternatively, you can choose to receive the payment through a bank account, if you have one, or through a voucher that can be redeemed at selected retailers.
It's important to note that using someone else's cellphone number for the R350 grant payment is considered fraud, and may result in legal consequences.
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