A loan of $7,500 helped to purchase inventory and market his business.

Hector's story

Hector has always been an entrepreneur. He arrived in the USA in 1988, after having to leave Guatemala because of political issues. He has been selling vintage clothes and accessories for men and women, as well as toys for kids, for over 20 years now. At one point, he even owned and ran his own bakery. He has always been ingenious about where, when and how he sells.

Although he does not have a location, he manages to appear all over Los Angeles selling at flea markets, swap meets, and different shows or events. On top of all this, Hector is a wonderful family man and hard worker. When asked about why he loved his job he said, "I have a wife and three daughters. Like every father, I see them as the most wonderful thing that has ever happened to me... It is for them that I try and work so hard. I have faith that with the efforts I make and with the help from a few good people that surround me, I will be able to continue to grow my business."

Hector is seeking a $7,500 loan to be able to purchase inventory and for marketing purposes.

Loan details

Lenders and lending teams

Loan details