April 23, 2024

QUICK LOAN CODES

WHAT IS A LOAN: A loan is anything borrowed from one party to another that is expected to be returned with a certain percentage of interest.

In the financial world a loan refers to the intentional lending of money by a particular entity or personality to another individual, which means the receiver of this loan, is in debt and is assigned to repay the said borrowed money back with certain interest.

Basically before you get a loan here in Nigeria, you must have gone back and forth to the banks, offices and micro financial institutions, you might probably get declined.

Here are some few ways you can use a USSD code to process your next loan.

What is a USSD?

USSD simply means UNSTRUCTURED SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE DATA.

USSD’s refers to the codes used through a mobile device to gain access to options from any network provider.

It is the easiest form of service configuration and it is mostly referred to as ‘Quick Code’.

HOW USSD IS BEING USED IN BANKING

Banking on a normal circumstance, requires you to move out of your comfort zone to make a financial transaction or make any changes to your bank account. But with the use of the USSD, there’s no need for an internet connection and it is mostly at no cost, you can make any form of transaction from buying of airtime, make transfers and also get loans.

LOAN USSD CODES IN NIGERIA

PAYDAY LOAN (ACCESS BANK):  *389*755#

ECOBANK XPRESS: *326#

FCMB: *329#

MIGO LOAN: *561#

KWIKCASH: *561#

 PAGA: *242#

MTN CASH: *606*4#

ETISALAT : *561#

ALEDIN NANO:  *903#

QUICK CREDIT (GTBANK): *737*51*51#

INTERSWITCH: *322#

PAY ATTITUDE: *1303#

ZENITH BANK: *966#

UBA LOAN: *919#

QUICKTELLER (MTN, AIRTEL & 9MOBILE): *322#

QUICKTELLER (GLO): *805#

UNITY BANK: *7799#

TRADER MONI: *540#

FIRST BANK FIRST ADVANCE: *894*11#

ALAT (WEMA BANK): *945*100#

AIRTEL QUICK CASH: *561#

ACCION MFB: *572*6#

AB MFB: *389*755#

CARBON LOAN: *1303#

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