Update on Julio FautinoJulio is 58 years old, works as a fisherman, is married, and is native of Granada. He started fishing at a young age. His wife sells food in their home in order to help him to pay the family expenses. He used his previous loan in repairing his boat, because he only has the boat that he owns and another that he rents. Also, with the previous loan, he had the opportunity to buy a fishing net.
His hard work fishing in fresh water has not been easy, but his greatest reward is when he manages to bring sustenance for his family and keep his business stable.
He is requesting a loan to buy a boat for fishing. This is one of the goals he has had for some time, because that will help him to navigate faster and better and will reduce the costs of renting boats.
Él está requiriendo el préstamo para comprar un bote para pescar. Pues ese es uno de las metas que tiene desde hace tiempo, ya que le ayudara a navegar más rápido y en mejores condiciones y reducirá los costos de estar alquilando botes.
Previous Loan DetailsFishing is one of the best known activities in the city of Granada, since it is surrounded by a large number of islands, beautiful views and a large lake. In the islands of Granada can be found different species of fish such as curbina, guapote and tilapia, among others. Fishing has become a… More from Julio Fautino's previous loan »
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