The National Superannuation Fund Limited (Nasfund), following its announcement of the Super Saturday Roadshow initiative that commenced on Saturday, 05th August, will continue throughout the month of August to provide convenient access to its valued members.
With two weeks left to go before the Brian Bell Double Discount for Nasfund members ends, the Super Service team will continue to complement this promotion by setting up at the Brian Bell Home Centre at the Gordons Plaza from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM on Saturdays to assist members access this discount by acquiring their Nasfund ID cards on-site.
Nasfund’s Chief Executive Officer, Rajeev Sharma said that on-site printing of Nasfund ID cards for members with updated details is one of the main drives of this initiative.
‘‘It is also important for our members to note that as a requirement for Nasfund to issue membership ID cards, they must have updated personal and beneficiary details or ensure that they come with a completed and fully endorsed Member Details Update Form.
Other services that are being offered include but are not limited to balance checks and account statements, Housing Eligibility statements and Member Online registrations.’’
Michael Valaun, a staff of PNG Eye Care Inc. who utilized the service last Saturday thanked the Nasfund team for organizing the Saturday roadshows stating that,
‘’This is an awesome service during the weekends when we workers have free time.’’
Another staff from Brian Bell, Kellie Keta also shared similar sentiments by thanking Nasfund for making it easier and convenient for customers to obtain their membership cards on-site.
Members without a Nasfund ID Card who have not updated their personal and beneficiary details in the last two (2) years are advised to download the Member Details Update Form (MDUF) on the Nasfund website and have it signed and stamped by their employers before visiting the Mobile Service Booths. While members with recently updated details will be assisted on the spot to be issued their Nasfund ID Cards.
This service is currently rolled out in Port Moresby only with plans of extending to other centres soon.