The Department of Social Prosperity and the National Government continue to seek solutions for the beneficiaries of Ingreso Solidario, who face problems to raise 160,000 pesos per month. OROne of the apps that has helped the most is Movii, especially for those without a bank.
DPS recently confirmed the platforms and authorized banks that already make the seventh payment of the Ingreso Solidario benefit. One is Movii. This application has a card with which you can withdraw money from Servibanca ATMs. For the most vulnerable families in remote municipalities in the country, these applications have been important.
How do I check if I am a Movii beneficiary?
The Movii application has several beneficiaries of Solidary Income, For this they created a link where you can see if it is part of the benefit provided by the National Government and the DPS. You must enter the number of your identity document, citizenship card or Special Permission to Stay (PEP). Check here if they are going to pay Movii’s help.
There they indicate whether you will receive the benefit at Movii or you should go to the Solidary Income page to see which entity will be in charge of paying it. To consult the official website, you must enter Ingresosolidario.prosperidadsocial.gov.co.
In addition, they indicate that if you are a beneficiary, you must download the application on your cell phone, register with the phone number and 24 hours later you can view your contribution. If you have problems or questions, you should send the word HELP to 87709 and there you will receive the relevant guide.
What other applications are there to check?
The other requests confirmed by the National Government are: Daviplata, Available savings The nequî. Daviplata recently reported that From Friday, October 23, delivery of this new 160,000 pesos aid will begin for those who use this option to withdraw money from the Solidary Income.
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