Do You Need Money? Pesa Iko Kwa MCo-op Cash

By Juma / August 22, 2019




Who doesn’t need money? The holy book says “…money is the answer to everything”. When you have money, in Swahili we say mambo yako inakuwa sawa (everything becomes okay).

What happens when you really need cash but you can’t find it? Do you steal? Absolutely not unless you want to meet your Maker before your time.

The easiest way to do when you really need cash is to borrow from either your family members or friends. But what happens when the people you plan to borrow money from are also planning to borrow from you?

The economic situation is not friendly. People don’t have money. It is like money is literally running away from people. It reminds me of a collection of Swahili short stories called Mayai Waziri Wa Maradhi, where the main character in a story titled Kachukua Hatua Nyingine says Pesa zikiwaona maskini zinatoroka!

You don’t have to keep on borrowing cash from your family and friends while promising to sort them out “at the end of the month.” Let me take you through a product by Co-operative Bank of Kenya that will actually make your pockets to “never run dry.”

Are you a Co-operative Bank of Kenya customer? Do you have a salary account with them? If not, get one and at the end of this, you will smile all the way, not to the bank, but to your banking App.

The Co-operative Bank of Kenya have a mobile banking app called MCo-op Cash. This is a whole bank on your phone and can either be accessed through an app or a USSD.

Here is the best part! Customers who operate a salary account at Co-operative Bank of Kenya can get an MCo-op Cash Salary advance loan via their mobile phones through MCo-op Cash.

So, do you have a salary account with Co-op Bank? Do you need money right now? What are you waiting for? You have the power in your hands. Why can’t you use it? Get a loan. No paperwork needed by the way.

What about those who operate a business account with Co-op Bank? Can they also get a loan? Why not? Are they not customers? Them too can get a business loan directly from the phone via MCo-op Cash without any hustle of having to feel papers and running up and down the banking hall.

What is more, all MCo-op Cash customers are linked to PesaLink. With PesaLink, the customers are able to send and receive money instantly to any local bank via their mobile phones at an affordable rates.

Do you want to see how PesaLink works and the rates they will charge you? Click on this link. It will land you directly to where you need to get the information https://www.co-opbank.co.ke/banking/money-transfer/pesalink

You don’t have an app and you are worried on how you can access MCo-op Cash and the PesaLink service? Don’t worry. Just dial *667# and then boom, you will be sorted.

Are you wondering where to get the money to pay for your rent? Are you scared that schools will open before you get paid and you might just not have the money for school fees? Take a loan through MCo-op Cash my friend.

The back to school season is just around the corner. Thanks to the census exercise, the opening date for schools was moved to 2nd of September but you will still need cash. And that I why am telling you this for free, #PesaIkoKwaMCoopCash.

MCo-op Cash is your bank. The platform gives you all the banking services the same way you would get in a physical banking hall.

With MCo-op Cash, you are the boss. You can deposit your money to your account, you can withdraw from your account without asking anyone, you can check balance of your account at any time.

With MCo-op Cash, you can pay bills for goods and services, but most importantly, you can take an loan without filling any tiring paperwork.



About Juma

Juma is an enthusiastic journalist who believes that journalism has power to change the world either negatively or positively depending on how one uses it.(020) 528 0222 or Email: [email protected]

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