How To Deposit Money at FNB ATM

Yes, you can deposit money at FNB ATM, and guess what, it is as easy as it can get, and the answers are literally at your fingertips. There is no more waiting in banking halls to make deposits, and it is cheaper too. And do you know there is an option for depositing without your card! So how can you cut the queue and keep things moving?

How To Deposit Cash at FNB ATM

With your FNB card, you can simply walk up to any FNB ATM with your cash and make your deposits. To deposit money at an FNB ATM using your card, follow these simple and easy steps;

  • At the ATM, insert your FNB card
  • Key in your pin
  • Tap on the “Deposit Cash” option
  • Input your account number or make a selection from  the “Linked Account” option
  • Enter your own reference and proceed
  • Enter your phone Number
  • Select source of cash (salary/wages, asset disposal, gift/inheritance, loan/rental income, stokvel/cultural commitments, sports bet/casino/lotto, proceeds from business/sales)
  • Select purpose of cash (savings, business, payment, gift, salary/wages, expenses, entertainment)
  • Read the terms and conditions for deposit at FNB ATM before proceeding
  • Insert your cash via the cash deposit slot
  • Confirm your deposit details
  • Wait a few seconds
  • Print out your receipt, and that’s it!
  • You can opt for another transaction or end the session, don’t forget to take your card.

How To Deposit Money at FNB ATM Without Card

How To Deposit Money at FNB ATM

So, what if you do not have your card with you? Don’t worry; you can still make your deposits effortlessly:

  • At the ATM, choose the “Cardless Services” option
  • Tap on “Make Deposits”
  • Then tap on the “Deposit Cash”
  • Key in your account number or make a selection from  the “Linked Account” option
  • Key in a reference and confirm the details
  • Enter your phone number
  • Select source of cash (salary/wages, asset disposal, gift/inheritance, loan/rental income, stokvel/cultural commitments, sports bet/casino/lotto, proceeds from business/sales)
  • Select purpose of cash (savings, business, payment, gift, salary/wages, expenses, entertainment)
  • Read the terms and conditions for deposit at FNB ATM before proceeding
  • Insert cash via the cash deposit slot
  • Confirm deposit details
  • Wait a few seconds
  • Finally, print out your receipt, and you are good to go
  • You can opt for another transaction or end the session
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Making Deposit Into Someone’s FNB Account at the ATM

The procedure is slightly different when depositing into someone else’s account;

  • Insert card and key in your pin or choose the card-less option
  • Tap on the “Deposit Cash” option
  • Key in the FNB account number
  • Enter recipient reference
  • Insert cash
  • Confirm deposit details and press proceed

With this option, a third party without an FNB account can deposit in an FNB account using FNB ATMs.

What You Need To Know About Making Deposits Into FNB

  • You can only deposit a maximum of 100 notes at a time in mixed denominations
  • You can make an unlimited number of deposits
  •  After deposits, the funds are available immediately
  •  You can make deposits at FNB ATMs outside of normal branch operating hours
  • However, deposits after 9 PM will only reflect the next day
  • FNB ATMs do not accept; stained or torn notes, folded notes/envelopes, coins, paper clips, staples, or rubber bands
  • A general fee of R4.65 + R1.15 per R100 applies to all cash deposits. This might, however, differ depending on the type of account. You can visit here to learn more.
  • Every deposit comes with a unique and traceable reference number, so you are assured of a quick, easy, and secure service.

FNB has 1800 ATMs with deposit facilities located all over the country for easy and convenient cash deposits, so walk into one nearest to you and deposit money at the FNB ATM.

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