A loan of $550 helped to add more kiosk stock and to buy petrol and mobile phone recharge.

Lexy's story

Lexy is a 20-year-old single man who is living with his parents and his 10-year-old sister. After graduating from high school one year ago, Lexy decided to start a kiosk business. As the oldest son, Lexy is responsible to support his parents in generating income for their daily needs. He spent his own money to buy kiosk stock. He sells daily-use basic items e.g., instant noodle, biscuits, sugar, coffee, shampoo, etc.

Lately, Lexy has been thinking of adding more stock to his kiosk such as cigarettes, instant noodles, snacks, and cooking oil and he also wants to sell petrol and mobile phone recharge. He needs capital assistance to do so. Lexy then met a loan officer and received some information about the TLM lending program. He is interested in joining TLM and requested a loan of IDR 5,000,000 to implement his plan.

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