How To Get Your Fundi Card?
If you have been funded by Fundi and wondering how to access your Fundi Card? Keep on reading.
Fundi is South Africa’s leading education finance and Fund Management Specialist. Fundi offers students loans to cover the costs of studying at a tertiary institution.
When you have been funded by Fundi, your next step is to access your Fundi Card. The Fundi Card is a payment solution which is designed like a debit card. It has various pockets to manage your spending while on and off campus.
You can access and activate your Fundi Card by following these simple steps:
- Visit the Fundi office on your campus. Click here and select “Contact Us” to find a Fundi office near you.
- Please take your original ID card or passport with you.
- Once your ID has been verified, the Fundi representative will hand you your Fundi Card.
- The Fundi Rep will help you activate your card.
The activation process is simple, they will swipe your card and enter your student number or ID number. You will then enter your unique PIN number and re-enter it so that it can be verified.
As soon as the activation process is complete, your card will be registered and ready for you to transact your funds.
For more information about the Fundi Card, click here.
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