Getbucks Kenya

Getbucks Kenya is a registered as an online credit provider with NCR and its subscribed to the general code of good credit practice as indicated by the National Credit Act. It is a subsidiary of Getbucks which is a worldwide online personal loan provider.

The company is all about instant online credit and instant approval! Their credit is given without the paperwork and queues!

Getbucks Kenya Registration

Being an online lender, GetBucks Kenya requires you to register an account on their website. There are also a couple of steps that are necessary during the sign-up process. The following information such as your National ID number, cell phone number, email address, employer info, address and banking details are used to determine your creditworthiness. Note: Your loan amount depends on your credit score.

Getbucks Kenya Loan Qualification

In order to qualify for a loan with Getbuck Kenya, you must be employed with a salary starting from Ksh 15,000 and above per months. You must seek your employer’s consent before borrowing.

Getbucks Kenya Loan Application Requirements

Documents Required by Getbucks Kenya for loan procession

Getbucks Kenya loan Application Procedure

Getbucks loans are applied for online through their website – or through the mobile app found on Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store. To check your loan application status, simply log into your account and click on the loans tab.

Getbucks Kenya Loan Payment Methods.

Getbucks Kenya loans are disbursed through EFT or Mpesa. With the EFT method, your loan amount is wired to your bank account. Whereas, with Mpesa money is directly deposited into your Mpesa account immediately

Getbucks Kenya Loan Repayment Methods

Getbucks loan are usually repaid through Mpesa paybill number 929111 with your National ID as account Number or through the Bank described below

Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB ) – Kipande House Branch
Account Name: Emu-Inya Enterprise Ltd
A/C No. – 1126946575

Loan Defaulters

Getbucks loan defaulters usually get their accounts locked and their details submitted to the Credit Reference Bureau (CRB) for blacklisting. A third party recovery for the loan is set in place which leads to legal action being taken against the loan defaulter

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