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Mónica is 40, and she lives with her husband and her seven year old son, Paolo. They live in a house she inherited from her mother, who is still alive.

Mónica has been selling shoes for six years. She never loses the opportunity to offer her merchandise to her friends and other people she has recently met. Mónica is a teacher, and her colleagues are her main customers. She does not have competition in this business. She gets her shoes from the city of Trujillo, an area very famous for the quality and variety of footwear. She has not been doing this for a long time or put in a lot of effort yet, but you do need to have skills of a merchant to persuade and convince customers. Mónica sells between 12 and 30 pairs of shoes a month. That is why she likes her business so much; it is very profitable for her.

In the future, as a good entrepreneur, she plans to set up a store of shoes from Trujillo. She has already won customers for this type of shoe.

This is her tenth loan with MFP. She guarantees that she will be punctual with her payments, as she always has been. She also says that she is very happy in her communal bank because everyone is responsible. She will use the money she is requesting to buy more shoes because she is running out of inventory.
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Mónica tiene 40 años, vive con su esposo y su hijo Paolo de 7 años en la casa que le heredó su madre, aun en vida.
Desde hace 6 años se dedica a la venta de zapatos, ella nunca pierde la oportunidad de ofrecer su mercadería a sus amistades y otras personas que recién conozca. Pues Mónica es profesora, y sus colegas son sus principales clientes. Para este negocio no tiene competencia, pues se provee de zapatos provenientes de la ciudad de Trujillo, zona muy famosa por la calidad y variedad de calzado.
Esta actividad no le lleva mucho tiempo, ni esfuerzo, pero sí necesita de gran habilidad de comerciante, para persuadir y convencer a sus clientes. Al mes, Mónica llega a vender entre 12 y 30 zapatos, es por ello que le gusta mucho su negocio, ya que le es muy rentable.
Para el futuro, como buena emprendedora, piensa implementar una tienda de zapatos trujillanos, ya que por este tipo de calzado ya tiene una clientela ganada.

Este es su décimo préstamo con MFP y asegura ser puntual en sus pagos, como hasta hoy lo ha sido. También dice estar muy contenta con su banco comunal, ya que todos son responsables. Con el dinero que ahora solicita comprará más zapatos, porque ya se está quedando sin stock.

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