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How to join Safaricom Sacco


Safaricom SACCO is one of the simplest and best SACCOS in Kenya to join. The procedure is simple, and you can do it in minutes from the comfort of your own home using your mobile phone or computer.

Catergories of people who can join Safaricom Sacco

If you are hoping to join the Safaricom Sacco, you must be one of the following groups;

– Employees of Safaricom PLC, as well as their spouses and adult children.
– Individuals were introduced by Sacco members.
– Employees of other corporations are admitted in accordance with the Membership policy.

How to join Safaricom Sacco online

When it comes to joining Safaricom Sacco online, you have two possibilities. The first is through the Safaricom Sacco website, and the second is through a membership application form supplied by mail.

Papers required to join Safaricom Sacco

The following documents are supposed to be uploaded in PDF format;

– A current passport-size photograph of yourself in JPEG format.
– A copy of your ID or passport that has been scanned on both sides and saved in PDF format
– Your Certificate of KRA PIN
– Finally, you must have at least Ksh 1000 in your Mpesa account to register.

Joining through website

Follow these steps:

– To self-register, go to the Safaricom iConnect Web page.
– Enter your information in the designated fields.
– Upload the relevant documents in the format specified above.
– Please evaluate and submit your application.
– Next, input your Next of Kin’s personal information.
– Next, add your Remittance information, such as employment data, employer name, remittance mode, monthly deposit contributions, and so on.

The registration fee, monthly deposit, and Share Capital contribution will then be requested via the Paybill number supplied. The transaction will then be validated by entering the Mpesa reference code into the field given.

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