How to Accept Nirsal NIBLoan Offer 2021 | nibloans.nmfb.com.ng: The Nirsal Micro-finance Bank (NMFB) Non-Interest Banking, NIB Loan has commenced offering loans to applicants for the ongoing loan application for SME’s, Households and AGSMEIS.
If you have applied for the NIRSAL MFB Non Interest Loan, and you have been offered the loan pending your acceptance of the loan, then read this post on how you can accept the loan offer.
Nirsal NIBLoan Offer Acceptance Letter
Have you received an SMS from NFMB confirming that your NIB Loan application has been approved and waiting for you to generate an acceptance letter for the loan offer?
Do you wonder and want to know how you can generate the acceptance letter and accept the loan offer? If your answer to these questions is yes, then read further below for answers and guide on how you can acceptance your NFMB NIBLoans Offer.
How to Accept Nirsal NIBLoan Offer
To accept and get your NIB Loan Funds Disbursed to you, you need to first accept the offer of the loan when you receive an SMS of the approval of your application.
This is the second phase of the NIRSAL NIBLoans which requires you to do the following when you received a notification that your loan has been approved:
Below is the step-by-step guide on how to carry out this acceptance of the loan offer on the Nirsal non-interest loan portal.
- Visit the NIBLOAN Portal via https://nibloans.nmfb.com.ng/ or the link sent to you in the SMS, it looks like https://nibloans.nmfb.com.ng/noninterestlendingtcfhouseholdofferletter/TCFNXXXXXX
- Select Returning to Check Application Status
- Input your BVN and Last Name as it is arranged on your BVN.
- Skip the Application Reference Number field
- Check the Security Box (Google Captcha)
- Proceed to click on Submit
You will then be prompted to view your loan acceptance letter and accept it.
If you have further questions regarding applying or acceptance of the NIRSAL NIB LOAN, feel free to leave a comment below, and we will try to address the questions you have and help solve your confusion and challenges.