About Us

Welcome to the Loan App Review blog.

First, let’s get to know each other better. I’m Shamsudeen Adeshokan, the brain behind Loan Apps Review dot com. I also own some other blogs besides the very one you’re reading.

Actually, I started the Loan Apps Review blog for one special reason:

To share my practical raw experience in financial loans with the online community. So as to help people avoid bad loans, defaulting and above all, helping them make positive financial decisions.

I am not a financial expert, nor do I have any degree when it comes to money management. But I do have my life as a case study for you to learn from. If you follow some of the advice and lessons shared on this blog, you may save yourself from financial insecurity.

Why Loan Apps Review Blog?

I stumble upon loan apps in Nigeria way back in 2017. It was in the month of May that year that I first discover a particular loan app “PayLater” now Carbon.

At first, I didn’t believe taking a loan will be that easy in Nigeria without the need for face-to-face meetings and paperwork involved. So I was reluctant to try it out.

But with some financial pressure on my side, I give the app a try and like they said…the rest is history. Since then I have tried so many loan apps in Nigeria and with this, I gained valuable experience I’d thought will be useful to the community.

A reason that gave birth to this very blog you’re on at the moment. As time fly by, I will be sharing my experience with you as I discover more reason why taking loans is good and why it’s bad for you.

Believe me, a loan could be life-saving in some circumstances, and it also could be bad for you at some point. I have gained both the good and the bad.

This is why I created this blog to share my stories, failure, wins, and experience.

I hope you find some value from reading through the archives of this blog. If you’ll like to get notified when new blog posts are published, you can subscribe to the blog newsletter update via the web form on the sidebar.

Thank you.

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