Update on MarisolMarisol is 47 years old. She is a single mother and lives with her son who is financially independent. They live in her parents' home. Her parents are retired and receive a monthly pension from the State. Their home is located in the Santa Cruz squatter settlement, in Tambogrande district, in Piura province.
Marisol has a small grocery store where she sells basic household products such as rice, sugar, meat, etc. She has received support from her parents who gave her a space in which to set up her business. She has been working in this business for five years. She also receives help from her only son who supports her financially.
Marisol would like to buy beer to sell at weekends (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays). Her neighbors ask her for this product but, owing to a lack of capital, she has not been able to make the investment. This is why she is requesting a loan for 3,000 soles from Edpyme Alternativa.
Marisol is well known by our institution as she has received previous loans and made her repayments on time.
Marisol cuenta con una pequeña bodega en la que vende productos de primera necesidad como: arroz, azúcar, carnes, entre otros, para esto ha recibido el apoyo de sus padres quienes le han dado un espacio donde ella pueda instalar dicho negocio, ya son 5 años a los que ella se viene dedicando a esta actividad, adicionalmente también recibe el apoyo de su único hijo quien la apoya económicamente.
Marisol desea comprar cerveza para que venda los fines de semana (viernes, sábados, domingos), ya que normalmente sus vecinos le solicitan pero por falta de capital no la podido invertir, y es por eso que esta solicitando un crédito a Edpyme Alternativa por un monto de 3000 Nuevos Soles.
Es conocida para nuestra institución pues ya ha tenido créditos anteriores pagando de manera puntual sus cuotas.
Previous Loan DetailsMarisol is 45 years old and separated from her husband. She has a son and lives at the home of her parents, which is located in the District of Tambogrande. Marisol resides in the central part of the district and receives basic services. She has a store in her home that she manages on a per... More from Marisol's previous loan »
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