If your SASSA application status is showing the “SASSA Self Exclusion Response Found” message, then you must know its meaning. Some of you may already know that this message indicates that your application has been declined, but only a few understand what this message actually indicates.
Without realizing what SASSA is trying to tell you with its message, you can not determine your next possible step.
So, to ease your plight, I am about to dedicate the following article to the explanation of this particular message. Furthermore, I will also suggest a possible solution to this problem so that you won’t have to ask somebody else to give you answers. So keep reading below to find out everything there is to know regarding this cryptic and highly sophisticated message from SASSA.
What Does SASSA Self-Exclusion Response Found Mean?
SASSA is very picky about bestowing its much-needed funds to the beneficiaries. And they have to be this way to ensure that only the most desperate people can get their hands on these funds. They aim to help the most needy South African citizens who can not afford to pay for even the most basic necessities of life.
So, if your application status changes to “Self Exclusion Response Found”, it means that SASSA has rejected your application. The reason is, you earn more than R350 per month. It could also mean that you are already receiving financial support of some kind or from some other institute amounting to or more than R350.
On the other hand, if you live in a government facility, this fact could also be the reason for the rejection of your application. And hence, your status shall give this very message.
Hence, to avoid getting this status, it is imperative that you make sure that you are eligible for the SASSA grant you are applying for. If you are ineligible, save yourself the effort of applying because it will eventually be rejected anyway.
So, this was all from my side, and I hope you all enjoyed reading through this article. I did my utmost to gather all the information pertaining to the reasons why you may receive a self-exclusion response on your SASSA status. Feel free to share this article with anyone who might be interested in this information.
In any case, I would like to sum up this entire discussion by reminding you to be extra careful when reading out the eligibility criteria for SASSA grants. They will definitely scrutinize all the information that you provide and based on that scrutiny, they will accept or decline your application. If you are ineligible, they will definitely find that out and reject your application right there and then.