the system Valuable Central bank receivables has been one of the most talked about topics in Brazil since its launch, however, many Brazilians still don’t know how a program it’s working. Although most individuals and companies have small amounts available, some can withdraw a lot of money.
According to the data revealed by the Central Bank of British Columbia, about 37,000 citizens have between 10,000 and 100,000 Brazilian riyals to receive detainees in financial institutions. For the other 1,300 users, the accumulated balance is up to R$100,000.
Regarding the dates for querying forgotten values, it started on February 14, and the system entered its first phase on March 7. In all, about R$8 billion will be returned, roughly half of that amount at each stage of the system.
However, since May 2, the platform has been offline so that consultations can take place. What actually happened is that a file a program He was affected by the strike of the Central Bank employees, which caused some delays in the service of the autonomy.
As of the next stage, the need to schedule the transfer of values has been eliminated, which means that the user can do so Request Transfer at first consultation. See how to do it:
- Go to the website valorareceber.bcb.gov.br;
- login with Gov.br portal credentials;
- Enter your CPF or CNPJ and the date of birth or establishment of the company;
- Check the balance and proceed with the redemption process.
Deadline for withdrawal of funds
According to the Central Bank, those who have forgotten can rest assured that they have a new opportunity to recover the amount, as in the end there is no deadline for the amounts to be withdrawn.
Moreover, by losing the chance of replay, the citizen Can consult and request a refund from the new version. It should also be noted that the money will not disappear, will not stop paying, and will always be there for its bearer, according to information from the Central Bank.
How do you avoid scams?
To avoid getting hits involving Cash Forgot, you must remember that the only official website is the Central Bank, that is, if you receive any other type of link, do not open it.
Finally, it is worth noting that the central bank does not contact the beneficiaries, which means that any calls, SMS or emails with the identity of the central bank are frauds. Furthermore, the organizations that owe the amounts also do not ask for personal data or fee payments.
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