COVID-19 TCF Reference Number

Importance of COVID-19 TCF Reference Number On NMFB Portal

If you applied for the CBN-backed COVID-19 loan on the NMFB, you must have noticed that TCF reference number pops up as you input your Bank Verification Number (BVN).

The essence of the COVID-19 TCF Reference Number is to properly track your application process or resolve any problem in the course of the application.

You needed the reference number at the earliest stage of the application, as you would have to keep the number to get paid. That has changed.

InfomediaNG a few hours ago learnt from Nirsal Micro Finance Bank that you may not need to keep the reference number if your application is successfully completed and submitted.

Sample of COVID-19 TCF Reference Number?

The CBN COVID-19 loan is in two categories:

  • SME
  • Household

Whichever one you’re interested in, your BVN is needed to complete the registration process. Your 11-digit BVN triggers a reference number like this: TCF50977465373

The importance of the TCF reference number

Moving forward, the reference number is only required if you’re returning to the portal to complete the loan application process.

This means that you no longer need it after successfully submitting your loan application.

If you haven’t applied, you can do so HERE as the CBN announced last week that it’s increasing the credit facility from N150B to N300Billion to accommodate more Nigerians.

Are you still having a problem?

Contact Nirsal Micro Finanace Bank on:

  • Facebook: facebook.com/NirsalMFinanceBank
  • Twitter: twitter.com/NirsalMFB
  • Customer line: 09010026900
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4 thoughts on “Importance of COVID-19 TCF Reference Number On NMFB Portal”

  1. Asmau sule habu

    Please I need you to resend my nirsal nmfb reference number via my phone number or email address.

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