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MTN publishes the names and images of their Notorious Qwikloan defaulters

MTN Ghana as initially promised by them has finally published the names of their notorious Qwikloan defaulters in today’s Daily Graphics.


The defaulters are said to be owning MTN Qwikloan not less than a thousand Ghana Cedis excluding to their default charges.

Their names are Kossi Appiah, Eugene Hayford, Joseph Mukasa, Iddi Faried and Frank Yobal.

Many has however showered a lot of insults on MTN Ghana for taking such an unprofessional step.

The MTN Qwik Loan service is offered by AFB Bank for only MTN selected numbers and there is no need to save at AFB Bank before getting the loan.


Repayment of the loan is by automatic deduction payable amount from your MTN Mobile Money Account on the Due Date. If any portion of the Repayment Amount remains unpaid after the Due Date any funds deposited into your MTN Mobile Money wallet will be automatically deducted until repayment of the outstanding balance has been payed.

You can also choose to pay the money directly into AFB’s account on or before the Due Date by using the repayment option on the loan menu. No refund of part of the finance charge shall apply in respect of early settlement of the Repayment Amount.

A penalty of 12.5% of any amount that remains unpaid on the Due Date shall automatically apply if you fail to repay the Repayment Amount in full by the Due Date.

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