Through a statement, the Social Subsidies Administrator (ADESS) and the Supérate social program informed families with social subsidies and all citizens, the payment of more than RD$ 106 million to around 32 thousand families, affected by the delay caused for the replacement of the Supérate cards.
The entities indicated that, as the general director of Supérate, Gloria Reyes, had recently announced, the first transfers of accumulated deposits will be directed to the beneficiaries who have already made their claims; to then continue delivering the subsidies gradually.
People in this situation have received in their accounts, since last week, the payments corresponding to the months owed.
“Users with bank accounts and mobile numbers registered in our database, are receiving a notification of balance availability and a code or pin on their phones, with this information, together with their identity cards, they can go to any office or subagent of BanReservas to withdraw the corresponding funds,” the bank stated in the notice.
Similarly, they announced that as of May 22, 2023, the new chip cards will be delivered, for greater security, a modernization that will strengthen the transparency process.