Man reportedly denied visa due to outstanding N5K loan app debt
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A Nigerian man’s attempt to travel abroad reportedly hit a snag when his visa application was denied due to an outstanding N5K debt owed to a loan app since 2020.

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The incident was shared on Facebook by Leonard IB Marcus.

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According to the report, the individual had plans to fly out of the country and had applied for a visa.

Unfortunately, his BVN (Bank Verification Number) revealed that he had been owing a loan app the sum of N5,000 since 2020.

As a result, his visa application was denied, thwarting his travel plans.

Leonard IB Marcus wrote, “Someone's Visa was denied all because his BVN shows he’s owing one loan app 5,000 naira since 2020. 💔”

Further elaborating on the matter, he added, “Some of you don’t know your BVN is literally your identity. You use it to borrow money from a licensed loan app and for some reason, you didn’t meet up with payments since 2020. And you applied to leave the country for Canada or America… The rest is OYO. These people will write to the Bureau de Change and have your BVN blacklisted unless you pay off that loan. You don’t know what awaits you.”

Check out reactions below…

Ohekwuru Dave said: “Many people think this is a lie. Try to apply for your credit report from a credit bureau so you can know your credit score and see all your details about your loan records. It will save you a lot of embarrassment.”

Israel Ifeoluwa said: “Lmao. Which embassy did you go to and your BVN was what they asked for? Una go just dey find engagement up and down. Most of these loan apps are not registered, they charge way too high.”

Jesse Peters Chimaobi said: “Na to collect 500k from Fairmoney enter Togo or Cotonou then Europe. Dey whyne.”

Richard Jonah Jnr said: “Wetin concern me with VISA, if I pay Fair Money and Palm Pay make I bend.”

Florence Kendra Nnolum said: “It depends on the kind of Visa.”

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