Carlos Gonzalo B. F. is 23 years old, and lives with his mother in the western area of the city of Cochabamba in the neighborhood known as Capacachi. Carlos has a bachelor's degree and is currently studying to be a flight crew member. He is single. In order to pay for his flight crew courses, Carlos buys and sells spare computer parts. He began doing this as a hobby and has been doing it for three years.
Carlos is asking for this loan to use as operating capital for his business so that he can purchase a larger quantity of computer parts. The demand for parts is very high because it more common for a majority of people to own a computer.
Carlos wants to finish his studies to become a flight crew member because it is his dream and he would be able to earn enough money to support himself and his mother.
Carlos Gonzalo B. F. es un joven de 23 años que vive con su Madre en la zona Oeste de la ciudad de Cochabamba. En el Barrio conocido como Capacachi. Carlos es Bachiller y actualmente estudia para tripulante de vuelo. Carlos es soltero. Como manera de poder pagarse los cursos para tripulante de vuelo Carlos se dedica a la compra y venta de repuestos de Computadora esta actividad la inicio como hobby y ahora son más de 3 años que realiza la misma.
Carlos necesita el crédito Capital de Operación para Comercio y de esta manera poder comprar mayor cantidad de repuestos ya que la Demanda para los mismos está muy elevada porque es mucha más común ahora que una gran mayoría tenga computadora. Carlos desea poder finalizar su carrera como tripulante de Vuelo que es su mayor sueño y luego ganar lo suficiente para poder mantener tanto a su persona como a su Mama.
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