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NMFB Loan Update: Nirsal Microfinance Bank Warns Loan Applicants On Fake Website

The Nirsal Microfinance Bank has alerted its loan Applicants on a fake website sending a loan approval congratulatory message to AGSMEIS Loan applicants thereby requesting money. So if you are one of the NMFB loan applicants make sure you read until the end.

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The Nirsal Microfinance Bank has warned loan applicants to disregard any text message from this website https://paystack.com/pay/nmfb-agsmeis which has been sending a congratulatory loan approval message to AGSMEIS applicants and also asking applicants to pay a sum of N3000 for issue resolution.

Nirsal Microfinance Bank made it clear on their official Instagram account that the website https://paystack.com/pay/nmfb-agsmeis is not in any way affiliated to NIRSAL Microfinance Bank Ltd and also warned applicants that they would never ask for money to help you access the AGSMEIS or Covid-19 TCF Loan, thereby encouraging applicants never to pay anyone who seeks to collect money from you.

According to the post on NMFB Instagram account:

Dear customer,

The website : https://paystack.com/pay/nmfb-agsmeis is not in any way affiliated to NIRSAL Microfinance Bank Ltd.

NMFB would never ask for money to help you access the AGSMEIS or Covid-19 TCF Loan.

Never pay anyone who seeks to collect money from you.

Be guided!

NMFB Loan Update: Nirsal Microfinance Bank Warns Loan Applicants On Fake Website

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Nirsal Microfinance Bank has urged Loan Applicants to report any NMFB agent requesting money in order to approve their AGSMEIS or Covid-19 TCF Loan. So all loan applicants are to take note of this to avoid being scammed.

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NMFB Loan Update: Nirsal Microfinance Bank Warns Loan Applicants On Fake Website

By Okpara Kenneth

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