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See the new calendar for the withdrawal of receivables

Monday (28th) begins a new rescue calendar, by Receivables (SVR), of money forgotten in banks by individuals and legal entities. The timetable runs until April 16, and from May there will be a new round of consultations, which may result in new withdrawals.

The values ​​will continue to be released according to the citizen’s date of birth or the opening of his company, as has happened so far. The difference is that access to the system will be available throughout the day, and not just in a certain time period of the hour. (Check out the full calendar below)

The central bank created the SRV so that residents could check whether they forgot money in bank accounts that were already closed or due to fees charged unnecessarily in credit operations. As of last Thursday (24), according to the British Columbia Agreement, more than 2.8 million individuals and companies had already requested the refund of values, totaling R$ 245.8 million.

For the next round of values ​​release, the calendar was divided into:


  • March 28: native-born or corporations open until 1947;
  • March 29: from 1948 to 1954;
  • March 30: from 1955 to 1959;
  • March 31: 1960 to 1963;


  • April 1: Citizens born or businesses open from 1964 to 1967;
  • April 2nd: summary of all groups listed above;
  • April 3rd: closed;
  • April 4: 1968 to 1971;
  • April 5: 1972 to 1975;
  • April 6: 1976 to 1979;
  • April 7: 1980 to 1981;
  • April 8: 1982 through 1983;
  • April 9: new summary (groups April 4-8);
  • April 10: closed;
  • April 11: Citizens born or businesses open from 1984 to 1985;
  • April 12: 1986 to 1988;
  • April 13: 1989 to 1992;
  • April 14: 1993 to 1997;
  • April 15: 1998 onwards;
  • April 16: Summary (groups April 11-15).

New Inquiries

The “receivable values” system will be closed between April 17 and May 1 for “recasting”, according to the Basel Accord. In this sense, the new update may lead to new refunds, even for those who have already withdrawn some funds in the first stage.

“The system will have new information passed on to the financial institutions. That is, even those who have already made a refund and who do not have the amounts due in the first stage will have to review the system again, as the data will be updated and there may be a new resource,” explained BC in a distributed newsletter on the press.

In addition, from May 2, there will be no need to schedule an appointment, and refunds of values ​​can be requested on the first appointment.

Beware of scams

The only site for advice and transfer requests for forgotten amounts in banks is BC does not contact citizens directly to deal with this money or to request confirmation of personal data.

Never click on suspicious links sent via email, SMS, WhatsApp or Telegram, or make any kind of payment to access the values.

Neither BC nor the financial institutions will require you to provide personal data or passwords to release funds.

(with Estadao content)