How to Get upto N5M loan from GTBank in just 2 minutes online or phone number – Whether you are a salary earner or self-employed, you can now get the cash you need instantly, and pay back over 6 – 12 months. Quick Credit gives you funds up to N5million at an interest rate of 1.75% monthly – No Hidden Charges – Visit https://ao.gtbank.com/aowe/start to apply now!
What’s In it for You
- Up to N1 – 5 Million
- Convenient repayment plan spread over 6 – 12 months.
- At an interest rate of 1.75% per month
How to Apply
- You can request for Quick Credit instantly by dialling *737*51*51#
- Quick Credit is also available on all GTBank online and mobile banking platforms (Internet Banking, GTWorld, GTBank Mobile App and Habari App)
What is Quick Credit?
Quick Credit is a time loan accessible to Salary and non- salary account holders.
What is the minimum loan amount?
What is the maximum loan amount?
N5million for salary earners and N1million for non-salary earners.
What is the maximum tenor for QuickCredit?
6 – 12 months
What interest rate will I be paying if I use/apply for Quick Credit?
1.75% per month
What are the other fees to be paid on Quick Credit?
No hidden charges. No Management Fee.
How can I access the Quick Credit loan?
- Internet Banking
- Mobile Banking App
Is there a minimum and maximum age for eligibility?
Yes, applicant must not be less than 18 years at loan application date and should not be older than 59 years at loan maturity date.
What if I have an existing loan with other banks on Remita platform, can I still apply for Quick Credit?
Yes, you can
How long does it take to access Quick Credit?
Quick Credit will be availed immediately after a successful application.
What is the criterion to access the loan?
- Customer must maintain a minimum monthly lodgement of N20,000 or earn a minimum net monthly salary of N10,000
- Customer must not have any history of dud cheques
- Customer must have satisfactory credit reports
- Customer must not have any unpaid obligations
General Requirements & Eligibility Terms
- The Borrower shall repay the principal and interest in 6 – 12 (Six to Twelve) equal monthly installments.
- The Borrower hereby authorises the Bank to debit [his/her] salary account for the monthly loan obligations or authorize the Payroll Service Provider to deduct the monthly loan obligation comprising principal and interest prior to crediting his/her account with the Bank.
- Reserved interest rate chargeable on the Borrower’s account shall be the Bank’s prime lending rate from time to time.
- Interest will be charged on all amounts owed by Borrower.
- In the event of restructuring, a facility restructuring fee of 0.5% of the outstanding amount shall be charged.
- A late repayment fee of 1% flat per month (approximately 12% p.a.) over the approved lending rate shall be applied on the outstanding unpaid obligation without recourse to the Borrower.
- In the event of default by the Borrower in making any repayment on due date, the outstanding principal amount and accrued interest shall be conclusive evidence that a sum is due and owing from the Borrower.
- In the event of default by the Borrower under this facility, the Bank reserves the right at its discretion, to transfer the defaulting account to a third party agency to recover any outstanding debt due to the Bank. In addition, in the event of a loss of job leading to a default, the Bank shall transfer the defaulting account to the designated insurance company to recover any outstanding debt paid on behalf of the Borrower.
- The Bank shall advise the Borrower of any change in prime lending rate, charges, fees or any other terms and conditions of the loan by a notice at its branches in Nigeria or by notes in customer statements.
- The Borrower hereby covenants, as a condition precedent to the disbursement of the facility herein, to irrevocably and unconditionally authorize the Borrower’s Payroll Payment Service Provider, to remit the Borrower’s emoluments into the Borrower’s account with the Bank. In addition, the Borrower hereby unconditionally covenant to the Payroll Payment Service Provider that while any sum granted to the Borrower hereunder shall remain unpaid, the Payroll Payment Service Provider shall pay to the Borrower’s account with the Bank, any emoluments due to the Borrower in the event of the Borrower’ exits from the employ of the Employer, provided such sums so payable shall not exceed the total sum outstanding under the facility and other unpaid charges as advised by the Bank.
- The Bank may at any time and without notice to the Borrower, combine all or any of the Borrower’s account and liabilities with the Bank in Nigeria (or elsewhere) whether held solely or jointly with any person(s) and set off all or any monies standing to the credit of the Borrower in such accounts, including the Borrower’s deposits with the Bank (whether matured or not) towards satisfaction of any of the Borrower’s liabilities to the Bank, whether as principal or surety, actual or contingent, solely or jointly, primary or collateral with any other person and the Bank may effect any necessary currency conversion at the Bank’s own rate of exchange then prevailing. Exchange risks associated with any collateral, cash or otherwise in satisfaction of outstanding debt shall be borne by the Borrower.
- As repayment source for the facility hereby advanced, the Borrower hereby undertake to authorize [his/her] Payroll Payment Service Provider to pay the Borrower’s repayment amount into the Borrower’s account maintained with the Bank, while the Borrower’s obligations under this loan facility remains undercharged.
- All funds to be cleared into the accounts of the Borrower maintained with the Bank shall first be applied towards the discharge of overdue interest and charges/fees. Any balance thereon shall be applied to liquidate the outstanding principal sum under the credit facility herein granted, provided always that the Bank reserves the right to refuse to accept post-dated cheques or other such instruments towards payment or settlement of the credit facility.
- The Bank may use any information relating to the Borrower for evaluating the credit application. The Bank may at its sole discretion as it shall consider appropriate give to and receive from credit bureaus and reference agencies whether based locally or abroad, other financial institutions, regulatory and law enforcement agencies and relevant third parties information about the Borrower, including information on the conduct on the Borrower’s account together with details of any non-payment or delayed payments for the purpose of assisting them and/or the Bank in making lending or rating decisions about the Borrower.
- The Borrower authorizes the Bank to obtain and retain on the Credit Risk Management System of the Central Bank of Nigeria, all information relating to the Borrower’s Bank Verification Numbers and the status of indebtedness.
- The Borrower hereby irrevocably undertakes to fully indemnify the Bank against all cost and expenses (including legal fees, collection commission et cetera), arising in any way in connection with the Borrower’s accounts; in enforcing the terms and conditions herein; or from the recovery of any amounts due to the Bank or incurred by the Bank in any legal proceedings of whatever nature.
- The Borrower hereby irrevocably undertakes to fully liquidate the outstanding balance on the facility herein granted in the event that the Borrower decides to change [his/her] employment or [his/her] employment is terminated, which liquidation shall be effected on or before the effective date of such change or termination of employment.
- The terms and conditions contained binds the Borrower and is not assignable.
- The Borrower covenants and warrants that, in making any repayment on due date in the event that the loan repayment period or day falls on a weekend or public holiday, the effective loan repayment day shall be the preceding business day.
- By signing the offer letter/loan agreement and by drawing on the loan, I covenant to repay the loan as and when due. In the event that I fail to repay the loan as agreed, and the loan becomes delinquent, the bank shall have the right to report the delinquent loan to the CBN through the Credit Risk Management System (CRMS) or by any other means, and request the CBN to exercise its regulatory power to direct all banks and other financial institutions under its regulatory purview to set-off my indebtedness from any money standing to my credit in any bank and from any other financial assets they may be holding for my benefit.
- I covenant and warrant that the CBN shall have power to set-off my indebtedness under this loan agreement from all such monies and funds standing to my credit/benefit in any and all such accounts or from any other financial assets belonging to me and in the custody of any such bank.
- I hereby waive any right of confidentiality whether arising under common law or statue or in any other manner whatsoever and irrevocably agree that I shall not argue to the contrary before any court of law tribunal, administrative authority or any other body acting in any judicial or quasi-judicial capacity. All other rights reserved.
Usain Bolt becomes a proud father as he welcomes the birth of his baby girl
Olympic sprint legend Usain Bolt has become a father for the first time after welcoming the birth of a baby girl with partner Kasi Bennett, reports said Monday.
Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness appeared to confirm the birth of Bolt’s daughter in a social media post.
“Congratulations to our sprint legend Usain Bolt and Kasi Bennett on the arrival of their baby girl!” Holness wrote on Twitter.
Local media reports said the couple’s daughter was born on Sunday.
No further details were immediately available.
Bolt, 33, had revealed he was expecting a daughter with Bennett on social media in March, jokingly warning any future suitors to steer clear of his daughter.
“Any man! Any boy! Don’t play with me!” the eight-time Olympic gold medallist quipped.
Bolt, the world record holder at 100m and 200m, retired from athletics in 2017 after a decade of dominance in men’s sprinting.
At the 2016 Olympics, Bolt became the only man to win the 100m and 200m titles at three consecutive Olympics.
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I will collect money from my Ex, there was no Ex that didnt ‘CHOP’ my money – Tope Mark-Odigie
In a programme tagged ‘Hot Topic’ on TVC’s chat fest show,Your view,with guest speaker,Tope Mark-Odigie,a hot question was asked ” Would you take money from your ex even when you’re married?
This was in response to a man who cried out online that his wife has been collecting money constantly from her ex for the upkeep of the house especially since he was out of job.
He felt really hurt and accused the wife of infidelity. Hence the question :Was it right for the woman to ask for help from the ex?
Tope Mark-Odigie addressing the topic, said in her home she does full disclosure with her husband – meaning she tells her husband anything even though they still quarrel.However speaking from experience, ‘many men’ can’t handle full disclosure.
Speaking on getting financial help from an Ex, Tope-Mark Odigie sees noting wrong in getting help from someone who you once had a relationship with as long as you’re not rewarding them with sex for financial help.
Excerpt of her response:
“I will totally collect money from my ex, there is no ex that didn’t ‘chop’ my money. Even when I dated somebody that was financially comfortable, I always feel I must do something for you too – so I have added value to everybody that has come in contact with me, and If they feel in the long term when I need help they want to support me, I don’t see anything wrong! As long as they’re not compelling me to reward them immediately – like have sex with them for that financial help, I don’t see anything wrong in asking for financial help from someone I had a relationship with before….”
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Ufuoma McDermott at loggerheads with hubby over flogging kids
Ufuoma McDermott shared that she has differing opinions from her husband when it comes to disciplining their children.
The 39-year-old mother of two made this known when she posed a question to her Instagram followers asking fans;
“In an argument with hubby:
IS IT ACTUALLY POSSIBLE TO BRING UP A VERY DISCIPLINED CHILD WITHOUT #FLOGGING ?
Let’s get your experience as a child, a parent or both please. 😭😭😭”
It is safe to say who is on what end of the flogging spectrum as Ufuoma Mcdermott is married to Steven McDermott, a British nationale and Nigerian parents as a rule are not known to ‘spare the rod and spoil the child’.
Opinions on the matter were divided as some were for flogging and others against it as seen in the comment section of that post.
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