The receivable value system was created recently and its function consists in determining the forgotten amount in the checking or savings accounts of financial institutions. Thus, the Central Bank announced that it would release the forgotten amounts in two stages. Thus, the first was already delivered to account holders, and the second had until May to be released. However, the date was postponed and the money is still stuck in the accounts to this day.
In this way, we will show you how you can find out if you still forgot the money.
accounts receivable value system
The Central Bank has issued a value-received system so that Brazilians can withdraw forgotten funds in accounts that have already been canceled or are no longer in use. Thus, the first phase of withdrawing funds ended in mid-April, and 245 million riyals were released, between individuals and legal entities. After that date, the system was closed and the expected date to reopen was in May. However, the bank continues without releasing the funds.
Also, as for the stage note, there have been some changes. First of all, it will not be superfluous to make an appointment, so just ask for the amount at the time of the consultation. The system will also get new information from individuals and companies, and with less bureaucracy, those who received nothing in the first stage may be receiving it now.
Second stage launch
The Central Bank announced that the new phase of receivables will take place soon, but there is no specific date yet. So see if you have any forgotten money. To make the query, simply go to the accruals system website (valorareceber.bcb.gov.br), which is currently offline.
In addition, the Central Bank confirms that the launch of the second phase has not taken place until today due to the strike of its employees that ended two months ago.
Where does the money come from?
Forgotten money in accounts can have different origins. Check out any of them:
- closed checking or savings accounts;
- fees, premiums or obligations relating to incorrectly collected credits;
- Resources that have not been requested from already closed unions;
- Equity shares and net surplus distribution for credit union benefits.
Learn more about the Central Bank!
The Central Bank of Brazil was established in December 1964 and began its activity in 1995, ninety days after the law was passed. Central banks are one of the most important financial institutions in the country, and Brazil is no different. In this way, the institution assumes one of the most important monetary authorities in the state, the most important of which is the National Monetary Council. In addition, the bank received this function from three different institutions: the National Treasury, the Bank of Brazil, and the Supervision of Funds and Credit.
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