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Authorising Credit Push Payments - Standard Bank

13 November 2013   (3 Comments)
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Standard Bank Internet Banking 

Standard Bank South African (SBSA) is currently enhancing the Credit Push payment option for internet banking clients. 

While the system is being developed, taxpayers are required to process their payment on eFiling and select "Manual Payments” (on the Payment – General Unpaid option) meaning the payment will not be processed through eFiling but a different channel may be used, e.g. EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer), over the counter payment at a Standard Bank branch or at a SARS branch.

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Comments...

Petronella J. Beukman (Steyn) says...
Posted 18 November 2013
What about the due date for VAT. May clients pay EFT with Standard Bank on the end of month without penalties or should they do payment on the 25th? Most client's do not have payments from their debtors on the 25th and do not have the money to pay VAT.
Lesa Maguire says...
Posted 15 November 2013
At least someone has acknowledged that the system is not working at Standard Bank. Let's hope they have it sorted by month end?
Elizabeth C. Venter says...
Posted 14 November 2013
How long will this take?

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