5 Common Mistakes Npower Beneficiaries Make When Making Complaints To NASIMS  

Here are the 5 Common Mistakes Npower Beneficiaries Make When Making Complaints To NASIMS

 

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NPower Batch C has a large number of applicants. When complaining to Npower NASIMS about payment issues, volunteers frequently make the following mistakes.

 

1) Your Npower ID: Many Batch C Volunteers make the error of not giving in their ID when filing complaints with Nasims; if you are a Batch C Volunteer who wants your issues fixed quickly, the first thing you should provide to Npower is your ID.

2) Include your Account Names: When reporting payment issues to Npower, the majority of Batch C Volunteers do not include their account names. If you are an N-Power Batch C Volunteer experiencing payment issues, please include your bank account names exactly as they appear on your bank account.

3)  Stop Long Messages: If you are an N-Power Batch C Volunteer experiencing payment troubles, please avoid sending long remarks to Npower when filing a complaint; instead, keep your messages brief.

5 Common Mistakes Npower Beneficiaries Make When Making Complaints To NASIMS

 

4) Not Sending your NASIMS Names: A small number of Batch C Volunteers who are experiencing payment issues are guilty of this; most Batch C Volunteers fail to send their NASIMS profile names when filing a complaint with Npower; please always send your NASIMS profile names when filing a complaint with Npower.

5) BVN Number: When filing a complaint with Npower about payment issues, please avoid giving your BVN number; you can simply send your BVN names; your BVN number is not required.

If the above concerns are not clearly stated, Npower will be unable to address your payment issues in a timely manner.

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