How to Pay a Traffic Fine at Standard Bank

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How to Pay a Traffic Fine at Standard Bank

Avoid taking time off work to stand in line waiting to pay for traffic fines – just do it online from your home or office.

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What You Can Do?
** Search for fines linked to your ID number
** Or search for fines by traffic fine number
** Pay individual fines or pay for multiple fines with a single payment
** Choose the payment notification method you prefer
** Receive instant confirmation of payment success or failure

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Note:
We only facilitate your payment. Your local traffic department can address any queries you have.

How did It work?
** Search for fines linked to your ID number or by traffic fine number
** Pay individual or multiple fines with a single payment
** Choose the payment notification method you prefer
** Receive instant confirmation of payment success or failure

Benefits of Paying Traffic Fines Through Standard Bank

Fast:
Find your outstanding traffic fines quickly with accurate search options

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Flexible:
Pay all of your traffic fines at once, or choose to pay fines separately

Peace of Mind:
Know you can always top up, even if you don’t have airtime or data on your device

Easy Reference:
Keep records of the fines you’ve paid with your choice of payment notification

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Security For Digital Banking:
Information sent through Digital Banking can be intercepted (stopped), seen, or changed unlawfully if a link is not secure. We take steps to limit these risks, and these steps are explained in the privacy and security statement on our website. To learn how you can safeguard against fraud or theft on your Account, you can visit our Security Centre on our website at www.standardbank.co.za and follow the security tips.

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We are not responsible for any losses you may suffer because someone accessed your Device or your Account illegally or without permission and you have not followed our advice about using Digital Banking safely. To limit the risk of fraud or theft on your Account, we may check any information you send to us through Digital Banking

Do not use any public Device, for example, a computer at an Internet café. Public Devices are not safe because you do not know what software or hardware may be on them. For example, they may use spying technology to find out numbers or passwords you type on a keyboard. These could be used to get into your Account to defraud you or steal money.

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If your Device is lost, stolen, or not in your possession (you don’t have it with you), you must immediately log in to your Digital Banking on another Device, and de-authorize your Device. We will not be responsible for any losses you may suffer because you don’t de-authorize that Device. If you cannot immediately de-authorize your Device, then you must call our Fraud Helpline at 0800 222 050 to tell us that your Device is no longer in your possession.

If you are using Digital Banking on the Mobile App, you can have only one Mobile App on a Device at a time, but you can download the Mobile App onto as many devices as you require. You do not need to re-register for each Device, but you must log in using your Access Codes.

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For more click here to visit the official website: https://www.standardbank.co.za/southafrica/personal/learn/value-added-services/car-value%E2%80%93added-services

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