The Yanapay Peru Bond is an economic subsidy delivered by the Government of the President Pedro Castillo at the national level. This support is aimed at the most vulnerable families due to the pandemic of the COVID-19 and in a situation of poverty and extreme poverty. Likewise, it can be charged through digital wallets, bank accounts and mobile banking. Likewise, the beneficiaries can open a DNI Account at the Banco de la Nación to receive the 350 soles. Learn how to collect the Yanapay Bonus today, Friday, December 24.
Yanapay Peru voucher: how do I know if I am a beneficiary?
To corroborate whether or not you access the subsidy, you must enter the official platform of the Yanapay Bonus. You will need your Identity Document (DNI) to complete the required boxes. Then click on the following link:
Here, you will have to complete all the boxes that are requested and continue with the procedure described on the platform:
- Enter your ID number
- Enter the date of issuance of the DNI
- Click on the option Check if you are a beneficiary.
Yanapay Peru voucher: payment schedule
- Group 1 (from September 13): citizens who are part of the social programs Pensión 65, Juntos y Contigo.
- Group 2 (from October 5): people with bank accounts, digital wallets, mobile banking and a DNI account (Banco de la Nación).
- Group 3 (from October 18): population living in rural communities without access to financial systems.
- Group 4 (from December 2): Those without bank accounts who will receive the Bonus of 350 soles through the Banco de la Nación windows.
Yanapay Peru voucher: check the payment methods
There are six ways that the beneficiaries can collect the Yanapay Bonus. Get to know them below:
- Deposit in account
- Digital wallet
- DNI account
- Cellular banking of Banco de la Nación
- Paying carts
- Home payment
Yanapay bonus: requirements and amounts
The Yanapay Bonus is delivered to the following people:
- Seniors who are part of households in poverty, extreme poverty and vulnerability in our country, as well as those households that have beneficiaries of the Juntos, Pensión 65 and Contigo programs.
- People who live in homes with no income from the formal labor market, pensioners and practitioners. The household income, however, should not total S / 3 000 soles.
- An additional subsidy of S / 350 is given for families that have among their members people of legal age who are responsible for one or more children.
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