Protecting your reputation is something one should practice on a daily basis; the idea of going around knocking at your friends’ and relatives’ doors when you are in a financial crisis is something you should avoid. You should avoid the culture of making calls asking for money from your friends; why not seek the services of a micro finance services provider that will make your issue a private one?

Mpowa Finance is a local micro finance services provider you can approach if you are in need of a payday loan. The creditor has a platform that permits existing and potential clients to make loan applications online thus giving payday loans across South Africa. Clients who make their applications before 1pm can have their loans processed by 5pm.

This is an opportunity for people who are “hungry” for instant cash; they should simply go online and apply for an amount of between R500 and R2 500 which will be deposited in their bank account before 5pm.  Worth noting is that the loan amount will be paid in full by debit order and a client automatically qualifies for a new loan in the event that they have repaid the loan.

The firm has no room for any form of segregation, blacklisted people are also accommodated.

Are you applying for the first time? If so, here is to how you will apply:

  1. Complete the online application by 3pm today and create your account. A loan contract will be emailed to you immediately
  2. Upload your latest three months bank statements and your signed contract or alternatively fax your documents to your designated loan consultant.

NB: The loan amount should be repaid in full on your payday by debit order; clients will automatically qualify for another loan once this transaction has been carried out.

When reapplying, you should simply:

  1. Login to your account on the Mpowa Finance website anytime and request for a new loan. A consultant will email a new contract for the coming month.
  2. Sign your contract online and wait for the voice recording phone call and cash will be deposited in your account at 5pm.

Full information concerning the above can be obtained on the creditor’s website or clients can call 086 122 8228. Emails should be sent to