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Anallely Enriqueta
Anallely, 24, studied until her third year of secondary school, and says that she did not continue her studies because her parents did not have enough money to continue paying her school expenses. Doña Anallely is married to Sr. Francisco, and they have two daughters. One is 5 and in preschool, and the other is 7 months old.

Anallely is asking for a loan to invest in shoes and clothing from catalogs so she can have them in hand and her clients will get excited about buying her merchandise. She says, "If they see it, they love it. That's why I want them to see the products and have them in hand."

She has been doing this sort of business for about 3 years. She says she decided to start the business in order to help her husband with her daughters' expenses, and to pay for a house that they bought from public housing. Her goal is to have an area in her house where she can watch her little girls. She would like to put in a small eatery where she can sell food or a stationary store since there isn't one near her house.
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Anallely tiene 24 años y estudio hasta tercer año de secundaria y comenta que no continuo con sus estudios porque sus papás no tuvieron el dinero suficiente para seguirla apoyando con los gastos de la escuela. Doña Anallely está casada con el señor Francisco; ellos tienen dos hijas una de 5 años la cual estudia el preescolar y una de 7 meses. La señora Anallely esta pidiendo un crédito a la financiera para invertir en zapatos por catalogo y ropa para tener en existencia y sus clientas se animen a comprar sus productos por que ella dice “de la vista nace el amor por eso quiero que vean los productos y tener en existencia”. Ella tiene con este tipo de negocio aproximadamente 3 años, dice que decidió emprender este negocio para ayudar a su esposo con los gastos de sus hijas y para pagar una casa que compraron de interés social. La meta que tiene es hacer un local en su casa para ella estar mas al pendiente de sus pequeñas hijas ella quisiera poner una fonda donde venda comida o una papelería ya que cerca de su casa no lo hay.

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  • $11,249
    Average annual income
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  • 11.8
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Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $350 helped Anallely Enriqueta to buy clothing and shoes from catalogs to sell.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
5 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Apr 6, 2011
Apr 21, 2011
Currency Exchange Loss:
Aug 19, 2011