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If you would like to donate to Sea Rescue you can now use SnapScan to make it a fast and easy process.Download SnapScan from your app store (it works with iPhones, Blackberrys and Samsung smartphones) and follow the simple instructions to enter your card details into the app. The app accepts South African Master and Visa Credit cards and certain Debit Cards. If the debit card can be used to make online payments, it should work with SnapScan.It’s this simple:-
  • You decides how much you wish to donate.
  • You use the app to scan the SnapCode (click scan and hold over the SnapCode to capture all the corners of the square in your phone screen)
  • Enter the amount
  • Enter your cell number and rescue base that you would like to support.
  • Enter your personal pin in order to complete the transaction.
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