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Will the money forgotten in the banks come out in 2023?

Will the money forgotten in the banks come out in 2023?

Since it was paused in May last year, the Receivables value system The SVR is expected to return to the central bank. For this year, BC says a reopening date will be announced soon for new consultations, credit withdrawals, and information on deceased values.

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At the beginning of the year, the number strikes The bandits tried to impersonate the central bank and urge citizens to transfer their data. At that time, the Foundation informed that it would never ask for any data by means of messages, whether it be SMS or WhatsApp, and that the consultations would only resume via the SVR website.

Why was it suspended and how many people have dues?

As for the comment in May, BC alleged that the enterprise servers strike had jeopardized the schedule of improvements in SVR. Now, the promise is that the best ones will be implemented and new values ​​will be included.

In this month of January, banks Return the data to the system. BC says there are at least R$4.6 billion forgotten in financial institutions and 34 million beneficiaries are on the list.

The number includes 32 million individuals and 2 million legal entities. Among the novelties announced for the new version of the SVR are the virtual waiting list for consultation and the possibility of heirs, executors, administrators or legal representatives of deceased persons to recover amounts.

The types of values ​​to be returned when the SVR returns

  • A closed checking or savings account.
  • Incorrectly imposed customs duties, which appear in a signed agreement with BC.
  • Improperly charged credit operations premiums or expenses that appear in a signed agreement with BC.
  • Capital shares and distribution of net surpluses to former members of credit unions.
  • Unsolicited resources from closed consortium groups.
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