Saturday, January 02, 2021

EMkopo Loans - How to Apply for Loans, Repay via Mpesa Paybill, Contacts

    January 02, 2021   11 comments

EMkopo Kenya

EMkopo is an online lending platform providing quick mobile loans straight to your Mpesa wallet.

e-Mkopo Loans.

The lender gives loans within minutes after registration. If you have a high credit score you get a loan immediately. The loan limits varies per borrower. It ranges between kes500 and kes50,000

Register now to get started with EMkopo.

Repay e-mkopo Loans

Login to your emkopo account dashboard and repay or simply go to mpesa and pay via e-Mkopo Paybill number 598372 as follows;

  • Go to Mpesa menu 
  • Select Lipa na Mpesa 
  • Select Paybill 
  • Enter business number 598372 (MITCA Kenya Limited)
  • Enter your phone number as the account number 
  • Enter loan amount 
  • Enter Mpesa PIN 
  • Confirm and submit 

e-Mkopo Contacts 

You can Contact e-mkopo through the contact form on the website or check e-mkopo social media pages.


Mwabaya Katana

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

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  1. Good afternoon.
    I made my emkopo loan repayment the very date it was due.
    Kindly confirm this. I am still getting messages that I have not paid.
    Thanks and regards.

  2. I paid n the money was being reversed by mpesa why

  3. I have tried to get a loan but emkopo is not responding why

  4. Why don't u send my login code

  5. Am trying to apply for a loan help me

  6. Y is emkopo not responding since9/4/2020

  7. I have applied for a loan and their is no response for a long duration why?

  8. Why can't i get my code to get money have paid the fees

  9. Why can't i get my code to get money have paid the fees

  10. I applied for a loan in January after paying the registration through the paybill. I was given my loan limit & went aheadto apply. Everytime I check my loan status I am told the loan is in progress & to check later. Are you people for real? Why are you not being honest with the borrowers?