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Quickteller Loan

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The Quickteller Loan is one of the ways to get a loan in Nigeria without paperwork or collateral.

Quickteller is one of the biggest online transaction processors in Nigeria. Quickteller allows you to buy airtime & data, send money to any bank account, pay utility bills from your mobile phone.

With Quickteller, you get to avoid the long queues in ATM stands and banking halls. The Quickteller loan is very flexible or anyone looking to get a quick loan. This guide exposes you to the requirements and steps to apply for quickteller loan.

Quickteller Loan


The following are the requirements to obtain the Quickteller loan;

  • Have a mobile phone.
  • Be 18 years and above.
  • Have a bank account.
  • Have a quickteller account.
  • You must quickteller access to view your bank account profile and transaction history.

How to apply

The following are the steps for applying for a loan from the Quickteller website;

  • Login to the com
  • Open a Quickteller account (if you are a user) or sign in as an existing user.
  • Navigate to the left side of the screen.
  • Click on “Request Loan”.
  • Enter the amount that you would like to borrow.
  • Insert your Account details.
  • Click on “Continue“.
  • Enter your card information.
  • Click on the “Accept Offer” button.

You can also apply for a loan with the USSD code using the following steps;

  • Dial *322*6# on your mobile phone.
  • You will be shown two options: “Request Loan” and “Borrow Airtime’.
  • Click on “Request Loan”
  • You will be prompted to request for a loan between N1,000 to N10,000.

Interest Rate

Every loan obtained from Quickteller is attached with an interest of 15%. Quickteller charges a 15% interest rate on any loan you acquire from them.

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The Quickteller loan is very simple and not complicated like other loan programmes. The Quickteller loans are usually obtained for a short time.

The time frame to repay the loan is within two weeks (14 days). You can repay through the app. Also, your bank account will be debited upon the expiration of your loan.

For instance, if you borrow N1,000, you’ll be required to pay N1,150. You can look at the table below to learn more on the repayment structure.

N1,000 15% N1,150
N2,000 15% N2,700
N3,000 15% N3,450
N4,000 15% N4,600
N5,000 15% N5,750
N6,000 15% N6,900
N7,000 15% N8,050
N8,000 15% N9,200
N9,000 15% N10,350
N10,000 15% N11,500

Pros & Cons

Pros Cons
    • No Paperwork.
    • No collateral.
    • You can get loan without internet.
    • No Guarantor required.
    • The loan is given on a short-term basis.
    • You pay with interest.

Mobile App

The Quickteller mobile app is available for download on iOs and Andriod devices.  You can get the app now through the following links.

Customer Care

The Quickteller customer care is open from 9 am to 6 pm Mondays to Fridays and from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturdays.

You can get in touch with the Quickteller customer care support through the contact form on the website or mail at or

Official Website
Contact Number 07009065000

Branches & Head Office

Quickteller has offices in different locations in Nigeria.

Lagos Office
Plot 1648C, Oko-Awo Close, Victoria Island
Lagos Nigeria. P.M.B. 80164
Business Contact: +234 ​1 ​628 ​3 888
Customer Support: +234 700 906 5000

​Port Harcourt Office
Charis Plaza, 10 Olu Obasanjo Road,
Port Harcourt, Rivers State
Business Contact:+234 ​1 ​628 ​3 888
Customer Support: +234 700 906 5000

​Abuja Office
6th floor, Churchgate Towers,
473 Constitution Avenue Central Business District, Abuja
Business Contact:+234 ​1 ​628 ​3 888
Customer Support: +234 700 906 5000

Here are some other Banks that offer loans in Nigeria: Fast Credit Loan,Quickteller Loan,Lapo Microfinance Bank Loan


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