How Public Sector Workers can Block unsolicited Loan Messages
By Upperwestmedia.net | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 6808 views
May public sector workers will admit they have suffered for too long with unsolicited loan messages from numerous loan firms promising them juicy interest rates. Some workers have threatened to sue CAGD for releasing their personal information to loan companies.
These firms send messages at least daily to random staff on the controller and accountant generals department payroll.
Many have alledged that some officers within the department share these contacts with the loan firms whilst others suggested it was from facebook and other social media pages such as whatsapp.
Its now very simple to unsubscribe from this nuisance of loan text messages but how to do it.
You can block all nuisance SMS especially from loan companies that target Gov't workers on CAGD by sending: Block E-loans to 1309.
Response you should receive after carrying out the Step
"You have successfully blacklisted E-Loans . You can no longer send or receive sms from E-Loans . You have not been charged for this service"
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