How To Repay Haraka Loan

    February 24, 2017   No comments

Step by step process of repaying haraka loan
Haraka app

How can I repay Haraka loan?After receiving the amount of loan applied for from haraka app into your Mpesa account, the next thing will be to repay your loan.


Haraka will send to you some texts containing your loan amount,due date, pay bill number and reference number.These are the details you'll use to repay your loan.

I also use haraka loan app and these are the messages I received after receiving my first loan;

Dear Mwabaya Katana, your loan of Ksh XXX is due for payment on Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Pay your loan on time to keep your credit records clean. Mpesa to Paybill number 817910; your account number your Contract Reference Number {loan ref}. Do not pay money to any GetBucks staff and ignore this message if you have paid.

Dear Mwabaya Katana. Please remember, you payment of XXX.XX is due on 2017/02/27. Please pay via MPESA to paybill number 817910. Reference: XXXXX. Kind
Sorry I have hidden the loan amount and reference number because this applied to me only and to avoid other people from using them while repaying their loans.

After you receive the above messages,you are now set to repay your loan anytime.

Step By Step Process to repay haraka loan

Updated on 25th August 2017
Getbucks have changed the 'Account Number' a borrower is supposed to use while repaying a loan.Check the message they sent to me;

Dear Katana, kindly make your Haraka payment to Paybill no.817910 and your Mobile no as the account no. Apologies for any inconveniences caused earlier.
Please therefore use your mobile phone number as the account number while repaying your next Haraka loan as below;
  • Go to M-pesa menu
  • Select Lipa na M-pesa
  • Select Paybill no (Here enter 817910)
  • Enter Account no(Here enter your Mobile Phone number)
  • Enter amount (enter the loan amount)
  • Enter M-pesa PIN
  • Press OK

That's all.Got it? Please share!
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Mwabaya Katana

Posted By Mwabaya Katana

Mwabaya Katana is a Personal Finance online writer.He is the founder of 'Loans Kenya' Blog.

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