“No Cash in Town, I Will Pay Your Money”: Nigerian Lady Talks to Her Bank After Taking Loan in Funny Video
- A Nigerian lady who had borrowed money from an online bank said she would pay in a funny video
- The young lady told the bank official who called her that people are even owning her some money
- Seconds into their phone conversation, the bank official dropped the call after the lady said she would borrow another money
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A Nigerian lady, @abikeokin01, has made a very funny video capturing the moment she was in a conversation with a PalmPay loan agent.
Answering questions on why she has not paid her loan, the lady said that there is no cash in town and she would definitely liquidate the loaned sum.
Lady and bank agent
She said that people are also owing her. With a humorous voice, she stated her intention to take another loan after she had paid her debt.
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During their conversation in a video, the PalmPay agent hung up on her. The lady found his action very funny.
Watch the video below:
As of the time of writing this report, the video has gathered more than 100 comments with over 9,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Olivia ava @100 said:
"Omo una borrow go do December nw palm pay no dey let una rest."
"I go borrow another one make I for fit survive."
"There is no cash in town."
"Lol na Wetin me and them Dey do since last week."
"This is someone’s business please."
"Wait o. Shey dey no they block phone again ni?"
"They don’t block iphone."
"One day Mesef go try go borrow from all this app."
"PalmPay don suffer for everybody hand."
"How much is it?"
Man's fairly used phone locked because of loan default
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a TikTok content creator, Ajibola Godwin, shared a short video of a fairly used phone a person bought a month ago.
Unknown to the new user, the former owner of the phone bought it through a credit scheme, EasyBuy, that allows a person to pay for a device in instalments.
A month after the person bought the phone, EasyBuy's bot locked the device with a message on the screen informing the person that their payment is overdue.