How To Get First Bank Quick Loan
First Bank is one of the leading banks in Nigeria and recently they have introduced lot’s of features into their banking sector. They have Domiciliary account which is mainly for Foreign Currency and they have also introduced WhatsApp banking in other to improve their customers’ service experience.
Apart from that, you can now make a payment like Startimes, DSTV, Gotv, and other TV using First Bank services right from the comfort of your couch. Customers can also recharge their line without any hassle using a simple code, or online making use of the first mobile App.
Right now, they have also introduced an easy loan without any form of collateral which they described as a tight spot Loan. They send me a notification with the below statement.
Need to get out of a tight spot? Get a quick loan using FirstMobile App today! You First.
That’s was their exact message and I know some of you also received the same notification as well.
So I decided to check out the loan to see how it works and I discovered that it’s the quick loan we have been looking for all this while. Although there is some company that offers quick loan services that you can grab without any form of collateral or third party involvement, however, the First Bank quick loan comes with great features and it’s easy to get.
How To Get Quick Loan From First Bank Without Collateral
To get First Bank quick loan, you must have an account with them and the account must be up to four months or more. Now Install the FirstMobile App which you can get from Google PlayStore or iTune. After that, open a new account with your PIN and your card number (Make sure it’s a secret number and don’t share it with anyone). The password you will use, should also be a secret and easy to remember.
After you have created the account, tap on the left side of the home screen option. Looks for loan options and click to open it. Before you proceed to fill in the loan form, make sure you read the terms and conditions very well. If you are okay with it, accept and proceed with the process.