Her husband runs a grocery shop in the market which used to do well but these days, being the only grocery shop in the community, he has to put the maximum amount of groceries in it to enable him to meet the demand of his customers.
Therefore, Sharifan has applied for a loan from Asasah for her husband. With the loan amount he will buy more groceries for his grocery shop. By putting more groceries into his shop he will be able to meet the demand of his customers which will help him to increase the clientele base and the profit as well.
She is a regular client of Asasah. She has successfully completed two loans with Asasah and now has applied for a third loan. With the previous loans she has maintained good credit and never missed any single meeting. She hopes that her loan experience this time will be a good one too.
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