Business Update: Fast Credit Online Loans Removed to Subway Problems in Citos

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta -The latest economic and business news throughout Sunday morning, October 17, 2021, starting with OJK removing Quick Credit from the list online loan registered to the matter of Subway outlets in Citos.

There is also news about Vice President Ma’ruf Amin saying the government will increase cash assistance to reduce extreme poverty and news that Pertamina has operated 2,848 Pertashops.

Here are four of the latest economic and business news so far this morning:

1. The reason OJK Removes Fast Credit from Registered Online Loans

The Financial Services Authority (OJK) has removed PT Alfa Fintech Indonesia (Kreditcepat) from a financial technology lending company, aka online loans registered. Deletion is carried out in the form of cancellation of registered evidence.

“Because of the inability of the organizers to continue operational activities,” reads the official statement OJK, quoted on Sunday, October 17, 2021.

Currently, OJK records that there are 106 online loans registered with OJK as of October 6, 2021. While at the time of the last announcement on September 8, 2021, the total was 107 online loans.

Company deletion pinjol This registered information is information that is routinely submitted by OJK every month. The definition of registered is a company that is currently in the process of obtaining a permanent permit and is required to apply for a permanent permit to the OJK.

In it, there are some that are licensed. Permission means
a company that has obtained a permanent permit and has a certificate of Information Security Management System SNI/ISO 270001.

Last September, the OJK announced seven online loans that received cancellations of registered certificates. The reason for the elimination of these seven online loans is also the same, namely because of the inability of the organizers to continue operational activities.

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