FCMB FastCash Loan: What you need to know

Customers and non-customers of First City Monument Bank (FCMB) can now obtain a larger loan amount of up to N200,000 through FastCash, the bank’s quick loan product, in order to enable Nigerians deal with financial issues and satisfy urgent demands without complications.

The FCMB FastCash Loan also provides the option of deferring loan payments for up to three months. Customers can now pay back smaller amounts each month while having access to larger borrowings than before.

FastCash is a quick, paperless, personal fast lending solution that is offered to both existing and new customers. It has no collateral requirements and is available to both salaried and non-salaried customers.

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Customers can get the loan by downloading the FCMB New Mobile App or dialing the bank’s 32911# USSD code from a registered mobile phone number. It takes fewer than five minutes to receive rewarded after a successful application. FastCash is similar to the bank’s other innovative lending products, such as Salary Plus.

The Salary Plus Loan is a consumer loan program for people who have a salary account. Qualified FCMB customers can use this program to obtain short- or medium-term funds prior to receiving their paychecks to fulfill immediate necessities, such as paying their children’s school tuition.

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When clients on Salary Plus require more financial assistance, they can top up their loans.

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“We understand the financial challenges confronting our customers and indeed Nigerians at this critical period,” said Mr Shamsideen Fashola, Divisional Head, Personal Banking, FCMB. We are committed to providing them with all the resources they need to overcome their challenges as a caring and responsive bank.

Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: January 27, 2022 — 11:35 am

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