Npower Batch C: See What May Hinder Your Enrollment Into Nasims PayRoll after physical verification.
All NPOWER Batch C applicants should pay attention to this important information. Much has been said and explained about the ongoing recruitment of Npower Batch C.
Apparently, the curiosity of the superhero is the same as in the case of NPower Batch C.
Applicants who took the time to read the posts published on this page regarding the recruitment of the Npower Batch C confirmed their positive impact.
It is in this note that every effort is made to ensure that this page continues to provide all necessary information for the benefit of YOU, our reader.
Registration/Enrollment is the stage where all the final candidates are included in the NASIMS (National Social Investment Management System) payroll.
Once the final list has been issued, a physical check is carried out. In physical terms, the whole process ends on the side of the applicants.
Now that registration is taking place, the exercise is being conducted electronically by Npower management under the national social investment management system Nasims.
During the exercise, each qualified candidate enters the Nasims payroll system. In other words, qualified beneficiaries are included in the electronic system so that each person receives an alert when making a payment through their BVN / bank account.
Here, many beneficiaries moan and complain that they have not been paid.
To avoid this immediate experience, you need to follow the tips I will provide in this article.
(1) You must make sure that your BVN name matches the name on the account number you provided.
If your BVN names read like this – Obi Aliyu Agboola,
according to the Npower name format, this means that:
* Obi – your last name or last name.
* Aliyu – your name.
* Agboola – your middle or middle name.
This format is expected to exactly match the bank account name you provided. All in all, you can’t be registered and even if you’re lucky enough to sign up, you won’t get a warning when you pay. The payment will be made to you, but in most cases it will not be credited to your account.
(2) Spelling mistakes: you may have provided correct names that match each other, i. Y. BVN and account names. That’s not enough, because spelling mistakes will cost you as much as unmatched names.
If your BVN name is “Agboola” and you typed “Agbola” in your account name, the missed “O” in your account name “Agboola” made it difficult to match. This is because the whole process is computer / electronic.
(3) Date of Birth: As above, the date of birth of your BVN MUST exactly match the account number and other information you provide.
Here are three main reasons why you may not be able to check in and receive payments even after you join.
To find out if you are registered/enrolled or not:
While this stage is still a long way to go, let me give you some tips.
A process called the “boarding process” will be performed after the physical check. The inclusion process allows you to upload any other document you may need. In any case, I doubt whether other documents will be uploaded again, so most of the required documents were uploaded at the time of registration, unlike in lots A and B.
In order to know that you have successfully registered/enrolled, you will need to log in to your Nasims profile during the period, and you will see “status” below your profile photo.
Your status is expected to show “registered” in green. If “settled” is displayed instead of registration, allow the entire exercise period to run. If you do not end up, you should contact support and forward a letter with your complaint, otherwise you will be wasting time.
Payment will be made and you will not receive.
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