Are you very desperate to delete Surecredit app after the consistent call and breach if privacy? Or Have you just finished paying back your loan and you want to deactivate your account and taking some little rest?
This article is for you. In today’s blog post, I will give you self tested method on his I deleted, close and described my sure credit Account yesterday. Do well to read to the end.
What is SureCredit?
SureCredit is a mobile loan app that offers quick and easy loans to eligible borrowers in Nigeria. The app provides loans ranging from ₦10,000 to ₦100,000 with repayment periods of 91 to 365 days. The app’s annual interest rates vary from 12% to 20%.
Prerequisites for Account Closure
Before you can close your SureCredit account, you need to make sure that you have met the following requirements
- You have paid all outstanding fees associated with your SureCredit account.
- You have canceled any automatic payments linked to your SureCredit account.
- You have downloaded any important information or reports from your SureCredit account.
Steps to Close, Delete, or Deactivate Your SureCredit Account
Step 1: Gather Your Information
Before you contact SureCredit customer support, you will need to gather the following information:
- Your SureCredit account email address
- Your SureCredit account password
- The reason for closing, deleting, or deactivating your account
Step 2: Contact SureCredit Customer Support
Once you have gathered your information, you can contact SureCredit customer support to close, delete, or deactivate your account. You can reach SureCredit customer support by phone at 1-800-578-0778.
When you speak with a customer service representative, please have your account information ready and explain that you would like to close, delete, or deactivate your account. The customer service representative will ask you to verify your identity and may ask you to provide additional information.
Step 3: Verify the Closure, Deletion, or Deactivation of Your Account
After you have spoken with a customer service representative, you should receive a confirmation email from SureCredit. This email will confirm that your account has been closed, deleted, or deactivated.
You can also verify the closure, deletion, or deactivation of your account by logging in to your SureCredit account. If you are able to log in, your account has not been closed, deleted, or deactivated.
What happens to your data when you close, delete, or deactivate your SureCredit account?
When you close, delete, or deactivate your SureCredit account, your data is deleted from SureCredit’s systems. This includes your credit reports, scores, and other personal information.
How you restore your SureCredit account if you change your mind?
If you change your mind and want to restore your SureCredit account, you can contact SureCredit customer support. However, you will need to provide your personal information again and pay a fee to restore your account
Closing, deleting, or deactivating your SureCredit account is a simple process that can be completed by following the steps above. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact SureCredit customer support. If you need more clarification, contact us using our contact Us page.
Can loan apps block your BVN?
No, loan apps cannot block your BVN (Bank Verification Number) in Nigeria. Only the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has the authority to block or restrict BVN usage. If a loan app threatens to block your BVN, it is likely a scam and you should not provide them with any personal information.
How do I stop a loan company from accessing my bank account?
To stop a loan company from accessing your bank account, firstly, Contact the loan company and notify them that you are revoking your authorization for them to access your bank account. This will prevent them from initiating any further automatic withdrawals from your account.
From there, Inform your bank about your decision to revoke authorization for the loan company. Request them to block any future automatic withdrawals from your account initiated by the loan company.
Further more, Keep a close eye on your bank statements and account activity to ensure that the loan company is not attempting to withdraw funds without authorization. If you notice any unauthorized withdrawals, promptly report them to your bank and dispute the transactions.
Lastly, if the loan company continues, consider seeking legal counsel. An attorney can assist you in understanding your rights and protecting your interests.
Which loan app locks phone?
In most cases, loan apps cannot remotely lock your phone. However, there have been some instances where loan apps have used DeviceAdmin privileges to lock phones if borrowers default on their payments.