August started on a high note as CentSavvy Credit received greenlight to offer Civil servant loans to thousands of Kenyans in the public sector. The month also saw the company birth to a regional branch in western Kenya with offices located in Kakamega town at Holden mall, formerly Nakumatt Supermarket, along Kakamega – Webuye RD.
The office shall serve the entire western region and the lake region with employees drawn across the area to ease accessibility and bring affordable investments and financial solutions closer to the people.
Fred Ikana, the chief executive officer of CentSavvy Group expressed optimism in the new venture and committed to financing Kenyans at low-interest rates during and after the corona pandemic. He said the company is focused on making funds readily available within 4 hours from the time an individual contacts the office for financial support. Excitingly, the investment and financial solutions come with a flexible repayment schedule, fastest turnaround time, and opportunity to access up to 5 million in credit within 4 hours.
Fred said the company over the years has invested in providing affordable investments and financial solutions with Low-interest rates, flexible repayment schedule, and unmatched responsive customer support systems. A good lender is honest. You can count on us, to be honest with rates and fees on our products. Our clients say we have indisputable financial integrity and confidence.
Unlike many creditors, Centsavvy Credit remains to be the best investments and credit solutions partner in Kenya. This is evidenced by testimonies from our clients who say we can be trusted to do what we say. They say we can be trusted with financial confidences; they say we have unbeatable customer relations and integrity. We have come a long way to offer credit solutions on many products not limited to asset finance, invoice discounting, import duty financing, salary check-off system, and the most recent product with us is Civil Servants loan.
We came with this exciting product to cushion teachers, all government employees, National police service that includes all personnel in the ministry of interior and coordination, all government ministries and public colleges, and institutions of higher learning.