Tuesday, December 01, 2015

You might be missing this out! Addicted shopper's loan.

    December 01, 2015   No comments

Can you finance your regular shopping habits? Can you get a quick loan to purchase that 'now trending' home theatre or anthing? I know of people addicted to shopping especially ladies.Smile now because 'mkopo poa' a personal loan facilty from Bank of Africa-Kenya  can take care of your wishlist.
See also DStv and GOtv financing.
Mkopo poa is a partnership between Bank of Africa(boa)-kenya and Nakumatt Supermarket to make customers get their desired goods even when out of cash.Therefore ,Mkopo Poa loan makes it posible for a customer to purchase their wishlist without a coin. 
- it's for financing goods from Nakumatt and pay latter after a year.
-mkopo poa has an interest rate of 1.5% per month.
-loan amount ranges from ksh50000 to ksh500000.
-mkopo poa loan is only available to boa(bank of Africa) account holders.
-this loan facility is available to both salaried and self-employed customers.
-it will take less than 48hours after you apply,to be notified about the status of your loan ;whether approved or disapproved.
-For salaried customers, you'll need to
present the latest three months payslips and bank statements.You must have a good credit report or history too.
-For self-employed individuals, business registration forms and statements of accounts(for a period of one year) must be presented.A clean credit report is a must.
Am sure by now you might be asking yourself the above question.
(1).Visit any nearest nakumatt supermarket branch.
(2).Select the goods you wish to buy(only available commodities) and write a wishlist.
(3)Finally,ask for an application form, fill it in an give it back to the customer care desk.
(4)Go home and wait for a notification about your loan status within 48hrs.
That's all.Any personal question? Leave a comment below.
Good Luck!              

Mwabaya Katana

About Mwabaya Katana

Mwabaya is an experienced and talented finance content creator based in Kenya. He is the Founder of Loans Kenya Blog.

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