A loan of $1,250 helped to buy stationary and backpacks for the back to school season.

Maria De Jesus's story

Maria is a Kubo.financiero borrower. This is his story:

My name is Maria de Jesus, I am 62 years old, married and have two old sons. I studied until elementary school and then left school to work. We own a house in a neighborhood called Nezahuaycoyotl (a municipality in Mexico which is part of one of the world's largets slums).

I have been working selling stationary for more than 20 years. I own a store, that is called "Papelería y Regalos Escorpio" , my slogan is: "we have everything that you need". I started very small and have been growing the business slowly. The purpose of the loan is to buy stationary and backpacks to increase my sales during the back to school season, which is the best of the year.

My store is located in a large avenue and is surrounded by six schools. The store has approximately 8 square meters of space, I sell different types of products such as: stationary, gifts, candies, and backpacks. I also sell lottery tickets.

My biggest accomplishment has been able to provide financial stability for my kids and make some trips. My biggest goal is to grow my business.

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