If a Borrower Profile is in Fundraising or Paying back status or has been fully funded and Kiva or the MFI Partner thereafter realizes that there has been an error in the Borrower Profile (i.e., clerical error, incorrect photo or video, name/activity correction, or otherwise), a journal must be posted within 5 business days by either the FSS or the partner to explain the discrepancy. Kiva will determine if lenders' funds need to be refunded.
If a loan is not fully funded within 30 days of being in the Fundraising status, the listing expires. If a loan stays in the Inactive, "Issue", and/or "Reviewed" status for more than 40 days, it will expire. Expired loans are removed from the website, if applicable.
Loans will be defaulted by Kiva at the earliest of: 1) the time when MFI determines that collection of funds from a borrower is doubtful or Kiva determines that collections from the MFI Partner are doubtful; 2) 6 months past the originally scheduled repayment date. This applies to any expected repayment, not just the final payment due at the end of the loan term; or 3) Once the borrower is 6 months delinquent - meaning that payments made by the borrower over the past 6 months are not yet equal to the expected amount as of 6 months earlier.
A loan automatically moves to this category when it has been 100% funded. It appears on the Kiva website in the Raised category. It remains there until the Disbursement date reported by the MFI Partner during the initial loan posting has passed.
A loan appears in this category after it has been activated and is ready to be funded by Lenders. It remains in this category until the earlier of a) 100% of the loan amount has been raised (the loan has been fully funded) or b) the loan expires. Loans not fully funded within 30 days of moving to "fundraising" status expire.