By Modupe Gbadeyanka
Innovative consumer finance company, Zedvance Ltd, has flagged off its Back-to-School campaign to provide easy access to quick and collateral-free credit to all parents and guardians in Nigeria.
According to the company, the campaign themed, “Zedvance Back-to-School Unburden”, is designed to promote inclusive education by reducing the financial impact of a new academic term on Nigerians.
Marketing Manager of Zedvance, Mr Lukmon Oloyede, while commenting on the initiative, stated that, “As a customer-centric company, Zedvance is committed to providing lifestyle-enabling financial solutions to our customers and prospects across Nigeria through a flexible and hassle-free process.”
He added that, “We understand the importance of education and believe paying a child’s school fees should not be a burden. That is why we are introducing the Zedvance Back-to-School Unburden campaign.”
Zedvance loans are available to all salary-earners in Nigeria with qualifying customers receiving loans in less than three hours (for already existing customers) and less than five hours (for new customers).
Customers can access loans between N50,000 and N5,000,000 through a range of self-service digital channels including WhatsApp, by chatting with Zee on 09060003933; online, at www.zedvance.com and phone call to the Customer Service Centre on 07001001000.
“When we say we are committed to meeting our customers’ lifestyle needs it means we will go the extra-mile in serving them.
“That is why we provide a flexible loan repayment regime of up to 18months as well as the option of consolidating all their loans with other companies to a single product with us at an amazing interest rate,” Mr Oloyede concluded. Zedvance Back-to-School Unburden campaign is designed to ease the burden of school fees and other sundry bills that comes with the resumption of a new academic term on parents’ and guardians’.
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