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ATENÇÃO: Banco Central fará grande mudança com relação aos VALORES ESQUECIDOS, confira

The central bank will make a big change regarding FORGOTTEN values, check

All countries should have a body in which financial matters are concentrated. Most of the time it is a central bank. This is because it is an organized way of dealing with all the necessary demands. In Brazil, it would be no different.
Here, the Central Bank of Brazil is responsible for financial decisions, which are mandatory for all other banks. It is also the one who presents the values ​​of citizens’ entitlements through payment schedules.

Find out what will be modified in the Central Bank – Photo: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

Central Bank with changes

The central bank has made some changes recently. Since the creation of Pix, the agency has sought ways to improve and facilitate the demands of Brazilian citizens. So now it comes up with something new.

Recently, BC reported that there will be a big change for users. This is because the system in use now, Portal Registrato, will be modified with accessibility improvements. However, the exchange will take place from the first day of February 2023.

The big change will be the way the portal is accessed. For this, it will now be necessary to have a government account, that is, the profile on Gov.br. This modification is intended to be able to prove the identity of the user.

Through this government platform, an individual can collect various information and make it available in government databases. In addition, this is a way to ensure the safety of users.

It is worth noting that registration is free and offers a single login that can be used for various services such as CNH counseling, Enem registration, and many other options.

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As BC comments, the point of waiting so long to stop the correct login for Portal Registrato is to give all those who do not have a Gov.br account enough time to have the time to create it.

The Head of Citizen Services (Deati) of the Central Bank, Carlos Eduardo Gomez, commented that there is already a large part of the community already using the login to Gov.br accounts to access the various services of the BC system.

Thus, until next year, people who do not yet have an account will be able to start leaving their Registrato login. He also comments that this is a way to encourage individuals and companies to create their own accounts on the platform, to increase its use.

People who still do not know should know that Registrato is a portal where various data about the financial life of all citizens are available. On this platform, it will be possible to have free access to bounced checks, debts, Pix keys, accounts and also exchanges.

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Create your Gov.br account

To create a Gov.br account, a person must have access to the Internet and perform the process through the following link https://bit.ly/3LziyDC. It is also possible to carry out the operation through the application that can be downloaded from https://bit.ly/3ByzHJ7.

Done like that, just open the platform and enter CPF. The application will notice that the user does not have a Gov.br account. Then it is necessary to press “Continue”. On the screen presented, you will be notified of several steps, so it will be necessary to follow each of them.

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Those who wish, can use their bank account credentials of one of the approved institutions on the government portal. Thus, it will be possible to create a login.

It is worth noting that the process may take a few minutes for all the steps to be followed. All this for free.

With this profile option, users can use online services related to SUS Matters, Digital Transfer Card, Digital Business Card, Meu INSS, Federal Revenue, Trade Plates, Portal and Military Documents.

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