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Cash liberates R $ 3.8 billion on the first day of FGTS withdrawal

Attendance

About 3.3 million people received funds from the FGTS inactive accounts this Friday (10)

On the first day of payment of the inactive accounts of the  Fund for the Guarantee of the Time of Service (FGTS), Caixa Econômica do or paid over  R $ 1.8 billion to 1.4 million workers,  whether in branches, ATMs Or lottery tickets.

Another R $ 2 billion was automatically deposited in the accounts of those who are already clients of the bank, benefiting about   1.9 million workers born in the months of January and February and holders of inactive accounts of the FGTS. 

In all, 512,000 passwords were issued  to workers seeking information only on Friday. 

On Saturday (11), Caixa opened 1,841 branches throughout Brazil, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, to answer only questions related to the inactive accounts of the FGTS. On Monday and Tuesday, the agencies will open from 9am.

Withdrawals

Values up to R $ 1.5 thousand can be withdrawn in the self-service, only with the Citizen's password. For amounts up to R $ 3,000, the service can be done with the Citizen's Card and password in the auto-service, lottery and corresponding Cash.

Above R $ 3 thousand, withdrawals must be made at the branches Caixa. For ease of care, workers must always have the identification document and Work Card or other document that proves the termination of their contract. For withdrawals above R $ 10 thousand, it is mandatory to present such documents.

Source: Portal Brasil, with information from Caixa Econômica