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Service on par

Torika Tokalau
Thursday, December 13, 2012

HFC is now ready to service customers in the Suva to Nausori corridor with the recent opening of its new branch at the Tebara Plaza in Nakasi.

The branch, which was officially opened on Tuesday by Reserve Bank of Fiji deputy governor Inia Naiyaga, offers a range of services for existing and potential customers.

"We accept payments, carry out processing of loans whether it be a business, personal or housing loan.

"We also accept finance for motor vehicles, insurance, enquiries and many other services that our Suva head office has to offer," said HFC Tebara's officer-in-charge Epeli Rokoqica.

Other services offered at HFC Tebara include the Cane Farm Loan as part of their agricultural diversification support for the State's plans of reviving the sugar industry, the Super Dream Home Loan which has a 30-year term and a 10 per cent equity which allows customers to take second mortgages against Fiji National Provident Fund's first charge.

"HFC values its customers and we have so many of them along the Suva to Nausori corridor.

"This new branch brings our services right to their doorstep, making it convenient and easy for them instead of travelling all the way to the head office," Mr Rokoqica said.

He said the opening of Waila City in the future was also a reason why HFC embarked on a new challenge to open a branch in Nasinu.

HFC Tebara is the only company branch that is open on Saturdays from 9am-1pm.


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