As an experienced finance blogger, I have been receiving a lot of queries concerning Simkimg Loans. Many Kenyans have been receiving SMSES from a lender by the name Simkimg Loans. The sms states :

"You are qualified for a loan up to 75000 follow the instructions to receive your loan." 

This is the message that have been going around to Kenyans. The thing is , these are fraudisters trying to solitate unsuspecting Kenyans. These people are cons. If you follow the instructions you may end up loosing your money especially via Mpesa. 

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Many Kenyans have been victims to these scams. 

My advice to Kenyans on Online Loans Fraudisters 

Beware of Online Loan Fraudsters in Kenya!

Are you in need of quick cash? Beware! The online lending space in Kenya is rife with fraudsters preying on unsuspecting borrowers. These scammers lure individuals with promises of instant loans but end up defrauding them. 

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Here are some red flags to watch out for:

1. Unsolicited Approaches: 

Be cautious of lenders who reach out to you first via phone calls, emails, or social media. Legitimate lenders typically don't solicit customers in this manner.

2. Upfront Fees: 

If a lender asks for upfront fees or processing charges before disbursing the loan, it's a major warning sign. Reputable lenders deduct fees from the loan amount, not before.

3. Unrealistic Terms: 

Be skeptical of lenders offering loans with extremely low interest rates or unusually long repayment periods. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

4. No Physical Address or Contact Information: 

Legitimate lenders have physical offices and readily available contact information. If you can't find any contact details or the address provided seems dubious, proceed with caution.

5. Pressure Tactics: 

Fraudsters often use high-pressure tactics to rush you into making a decision. Take your time to research and verify the legitimacy of the lender.


 Always verify the legitimacy of the company through official channels and seek advice from trusted financial advisors or friends.

Remember, it's better to be safe than sorry when it comes to borrowing money online in Kenya. Stay vigilant and protect yourself from online loan fraudsters!



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