Safaricom, one of the leading telecommunication companies in not only in Kenya, but also other East Africa countries has once again dropped another huge announcement today leaving its perceived customers (Kenyans) mouth wagging online.
Those using Fuliza, a service that allows all users of Safaricom networks to successfully complete their M-Pesa transactions at any given time when they have low or rather insufficient funds in their M-Pesa accounts have a huge reason to get worried as the company (Safaricom) has now introduced new but tough modifications to those who will be interested to access the service.
Following the fact that the Fuliza loans have limited amounts that a customer can access, it has been announced that whoever who will violate the stipulated company rules will have his or her M-Shwari and KCB M-Pesa accounts being blocked as per the report issued by Standard Digital.
This basically means that as soon as you default the Fuliza Loans regulations, you will not be able to access your KCB M-Pesa and M-Shwari account services. To avoid being affected by the new development and continue accessing and operating your M-Shwari and KCB M-Pesa bank accounts through your mobile phone, it's advisable that you pay your debts within the duration given.
See how Kenyans have reacted below:
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