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Banco De Piedra Group
In this Group: Laura, Francisca, Basilia, Maria Alberta, Rosa , Teresa, Patricia

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Patricia belongs to the Banco de Piedra group. She is 37 years old and is married to Mario. They have been together for 15 years and they have three children who attend school. She sells clothing and shoes by catalog, a business she has had for six months. Previously, she sold cosmetics and says that business was going well but customers asked for other products, like clothes and shoes, so she decided to change products. This time, she is requesting to buy more shoes. Paty, as her friends call her, comments that she likes to socialize with people. Every afternoon, she goes to sell from house-to-house. She says she already has good customers because they come to her house asking for products. Her only difficulty is when her clients are behind in their payments but they end up paying eventually. Paty's goal is to be an entrepreneur with the Avon company, a huge network of people that have achieved more profits and a higher quality of life.

The members of the group are Teresa, who sells cosmetics; Laura, Francisca, Basilia, and Rosa who will buy lambs; and Maria Albertha who will invest in her grocery store. The group "Banco de Piedra" [Stone Quarry] consists of 7 people located in a pleasant community in which people usually are dedicated to growing corn. The name of the group was chosen because they live in a community where there is a stone quarry which they use for constructing their homes.
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Doña Patricia pertenece al grupo Banco de Piedra ella tiene 37 años de edad está casada con el señor Mario desde 15 años juntos han procreado tres niños los cuales asisten a la escuela, Ella se dedica a la venta de ropa y zapatos por catalogo desde hace seis meses, anteriormente vendía cosméticos dice que el negocio estaba funcionando muy bien pero sus clientes le preguntaban por otros productos como ropa y zapatos por eso decidió cambiar de productos. Esta vez está solicitando un crédito para comprar más zapatos Doña Paty, como la conocen sus amistades, comento “Me gusta socializar mucho con las personas” Todas las tardes sale a dejar mercancía o a ofrecer de casa en casa. Dice que ya tiene buenos clientes porque hasta su casa van a pedirle productos. Su única dificultad es cuando sus clientas se atrasan en sus pagos pero finalmente si terminan de pagar. La meta de Doña Paty es poder ser empresaria dentro de la empresa de Avon formar una red enorme de personas porque su logro estar en ese nivel tendrá más ganancias y podrá mejorar su calidad de vida. Los integrantes del grupo son Teresa quien invertirá en cosméticos, Laura, Francisca, Basilia, Rosa compraran borreguitos, Maria Albertha invertirá en tienda de abarrotes.El grupo “Banco de Piedra” está conformado por siete personas, el grupo se encuentra ubicado en una comunidad muy tranquila donde generalmente las personas se dedican al cultivo de maíz. El nombre del grupo lo eligieron porque en la comunidad donde viven hay un banco donde se extrae la piedra la cual se utiliza para construcción de las viviendas.

Previous Loan Details

The group "Banco de Piedra" (Stone Quarry) is made up of seven members. They live in a very quiet community where the people generally make a living by growing corn. They chose this name for their group because where they live there is a stone quarry from which they quarry stone to build their ho... More from Banco De Piedra Group's previous loan »

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About Mexico

  • $11,249
    Average annual income
  • 4
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $17,800,925
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 13.3
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Banco De Piedra Group's $7,025 loan helped a member to buy shoes and clothing to sell.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
6 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Feb 19, 2014
Listed
Mar 9, 2014
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Jul 17, 2014