Update on Henry AlexanderHenry takes care of a store that sells basic needs products. The store emerged from he own initiative. He decided to have a source of income in order to pay for the necessities.
He is requesting a loan to buy rice, sugar, cooking oil, and salt. This loan will help him increase the inventory of his merchandise. It will also help him to be able to give his customers better service. This will allow him to have improved profits.
With the previous loan he managed to improve his house. He made it more comfortable for his family. He still continues to work for a delivery company.
Él solicita un préstamo para la compra de arroz, azúcar, aceite, Sal, este préstamo le ayudará a incrementar el inventario de la mercadería y poder mejorar el servicio a sus clientes, ya que esto le permitirá tener una mejor rentabilidad.
Con el prestamo anterior logro realizarle mejoras a la vivienda, dandole mejor comodidad a su familia, y aun continua trabajando para una empresa de envio de encomiendas.
Previous Loan DetailsHenry is 38 years old and lives in El Transito department in San Miguel together with his wife and daughter. He is employed as a driver in a delivery company. He earns $360 a month and has been working for this company for 10 years. Henry is in the process of improving his home and for this ... More from Henry Alexander's previous loan »
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