In Venezuela, the ‘Special Bonus’ subsidy is being paid due to the economic crisis in that country, this bonus is not the only subsidy that has been distributed but there are others. In the midst of the recovery of the value of the bolivar, one of the most important aids is the Special Bonus, which has been making a new delivery since last February and now in March you can also collect it. Check here all the details so you can get it.
In this DEPOR note, find out all the details about the Special Bonus, especially when they pay, how much is the amount and who are the people who will receive this financial aid.
When do they pay the Second Special Bonus in March?
The payment of the Special Bonus, which was the second that corresponded to the subsidy, was made between February 23 and 26. These were the dates where all the beneficiaries could access to collect the financial aid. Of course, you can still receive it if you are one of the beneficiaries, so you must consult with Sistema Patria so that you receive the bonus.
How much is the amount of the Second Special Bonus?
As we explained above, the Special Bonus has been delivered since last month and it is known that the amount to be paid by the Patria System is 88 bolivars, as occurred in the first installment. This entity is in charge of detailing everything about the new subsidy in Venezuela.
Who collects the Second Special Bonus?
Each bond delivered in Venezuela is announced through the Patria System, as this entity sends a text message to all beneficiary Venezuelan citizens and provides them with all the necessary information to be able to collect it.
Why don’t I get the Bonds via the Patria System?
If in case you do not receive the Patria System Bonds, it is likely that there is an error and you are not complying with the following points that we will detail below:
- Avoid registering your telephone number with two or more users of the Patria System.
- Verify that the same number you are using is registered in your bank account.
- Make transfers of funds or subsidized gasoline only to people registered and verified as members of your family nucleus on the Platform.
- Constantly update your profile information to prevent the system from thinking that you are inactive.
However, the majority of Patria users have denounced that, despite having all these requirements, they continue without obtaining the benefits through the website. In this way, it is estimated that the Maduro Regime provides another alternative solution.