Faig is married and has 2 children. He is 46 and lives in the Baku region together with his loving family. For the past 11 years, Faig has been using his vehicle to transport cargo. Mainly, he delivers building materials and furniture. Presently, he needs 1600 AZN to repair his vehicle and resume work, as the truck is currently broken and Faig is unable to make deliveries. Faig has learned this business from his father, who also transported cargo for a living.
Faig jenat i imeyet 2 detey. On jivet v Baku regione vmeste so svoyey drujelubnoy semyoy. Faig 46 let.
Uje 11 let kak on imeyet svoyu mashinu dlya transpartirovki gruzov. V osnovnom on zanimayetsya transportirovkoy stroitelnix materialov, i mebeley. Faig seychas nujdayetsya v 1600 AZN chtobi pochinit svoyu mashinu dlya togo chtobi snova nachat rabotu, tak kak yego mashina ne rabotayet on ne mojet transportirovat gruzi. Etomu biznessu on nauchilsya u svoyego otca kotoriy toje zanimalsya transpartirovkoy gruzov.
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