Bags and slippers

Mabel Opoku-takyi

Kumasi, Ghana

100% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

Mabel Opoku-takyi

Location

Kumasi, Ghana

On-time repayments

21 weekly installments  •  95%

About Me

My name is Opoku-Takyi Mabel and am 25years of age. I completed school at Aduman Senior High School. I stay in kumasi now with my uncle. It was not easy when I completed shs to find money so a friend helped me by giving me products like slippers and bags to sell and take the profit and bring their money to them.

My Business

I want to buy slippers and bags of lady's and sell in schools and in communities.i will earn 5cedis on each slipper sold and the same as the bags

Loan Proposal

I will buy 8bags and 9slippers and sell to communities and schools. Thank you

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$29.81

Date disbursed

Mar 1, 2019

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

5 weeks

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: 5% of $29.81 = $1.17

Credit risk payment: $7.16

Lenders

J

James

United States

M

Margaret

United States

RM

Roddy Murray

United Kingdom

KO

Ken Oram

Warrington, United Kingdom

A

Axel

Berlin, Germany

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Sep 14, 2019

    My last loan helped me hire a car to distribute African prints to other communities near my community and I bought the African prints from the same loan given to me. It help me increase my profit to 23% which I used some to cater for my sick mom and also cater for my Kids at school

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Sep 12, 2019

    I purchased African prints And hire car to distribute the African prints to different country. It have increase my profit to 7%.

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    • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Aug 24, 2019

      Am sorry I posted such info here but I have use my help support several times and none of Zidisha team responds and my invitee always keep calling to find out if I have reach the team

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      • Fitri Fauziyah    Aug 29, 2019

        Hello Mabel,
        I'm sorry but, have you really make a help message that only can be seen from your help message page after it published? I saw your thread in the forum. If you means the ticket that you've sent was published in the forum, It is actually not the correct way to reach them directly.
        Go to your help page and choose "intent to be a community moderator or payment not credited to my account" or other ticket options over there that isn't direct you to make a thread in the forum.

        As Laurie said above, if indeed Mary think and you think the account closed by mistake, please provide Zidisha the proof. Thanks

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    • Laurie    Aug 26, 2019

      I understand, Mabel. I just wanted you to be aware that it's even less likely that a borrower would receive a reply from the Staff on a borrower-lender Discussion page. There are hundreds of thousands of Zidisha members (borrowers and lenders, each with a HELP link in their account), but currently only two people on the Staff.

      That said, I see that the Julia (the Director) is one of your lenders, so maybe she would notice your message and would have time to reply here (although I think a support ticket probably is your best option). Anytime it's been more than three business days, you should try again, on the same support ticket (or in the same thread, if you posted in the Forum).

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Aug 21, 2019

    I wantend to import my goods weekly but my lenders say I should keep my loan until November so I decided to reduce it so that it will get to November exactly

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Aug 20, 2019

    I received 2333 and I hire car that will distribute some of my good to other communities. I also used some to cater for my mother when she was sick and my neighbors are happy about my business and they are thanking me for reducing their cost and how affordable my goods are

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Aug 11, 2019

    I will like to import goods every week to help increase my loan and if I pay all my loan next week I can not import my goods. Thank you

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Aug 9, 2019

    I received 2399 cedis and I will buy African prints 10 different clothes, men shoes, ladies bag, men shirt, etc and also hire a car that will distribute some of my goods to others communities. Thank you all my lenders for this great opportunity and I promise to pay all my loans

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Aug 8, 2019

    I will buy men clothes, Africa prints for my community members and hire cars to distribute the clothes and Africa prints to other communities near my community. It will help other communities to get clothes and also Africa prints to buy than to go to long journey buy them. I thank my lenders for such a great opportunity

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Aug 6, 2019

    My previous loan helped me take care of my sick mom and also my kids when they are going to school. It increased my profit to 30%. I thank my lenders

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Aug 5, 2019

    I bought men clothes and Africa prints. It have increase my profit by 7% and also help me take care of my mom and also my children. My neighbors have stop going to the next town to buy clothes. Thank you lenders

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Jul 19, 2019

    I bought men shoes, women clothes, women slippers And men clothes. It have help my community members avoid going to next town to buy the mentioned products and also increase my profit. My family members are praising me for giving them money to help buy food stuffs

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Jul 8, 2019

    My credit limit tells me to finish my loan by 7th August and I don't want my credit limit to reduce

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Jul 4, 2019

    I purchased slippers, men shoes, women bags, women clothes and men clothes. It have made my sales a good one and have increased my profit to 20%. I have used the earnings for renovation of my store and also buy a thank you package for all my good customers

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Jun 18, 2019

    O purchased African print cloths,men sandals, women shoes and dresses. The cloths buying is moving fast and it have help my profit to move to 30% and that have help me pay the fees of me step brother who is at the high school. My step brother and I will be going to my uncle in Accra and we will use that money to travel. I thank all my lenders for giving me such an opportunity

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    Jun 9, 2019

    I was suppose to pay 2920 cedis to Zidisha in August to make my credit limit increase but because it is not August yet I chose to reduce my repayment to reach August and also to avoid reducing my on-repayment percentage. Thank you

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    May 23, 2019

    I received 1898cedis and and I use it to hire room where I will place my food stuffs and also hire labourers. I thank all my lenders for this opportunity

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    May 13, 2019

    I will hire Maison, painters, etc for my rented room renovations and use the amount left for goods like men suits, women dresses etc. It will help me get 13% income and also I thank my lenders for such and opportunity

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    May 10, 2019

    I will use the money to hire painters, Maison's, carpenters and I will use the rest to to buy goods(men suits, women hand bags, women dress and men shoes)to sell

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    May 1, 2019

    I received 1833 cedis and I will buy men clothes, shoes and women dresses and slippers. I will use some part of the money to hire room to store my goods. I thank my lenders for trusting me

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  • Mabel Opoku-takyi    May 1, 2019

    I will hire a room to keep my goods and also buy goods like, men shirts,shoes and women dresses and slippers. I thank all my lenders for making life comfortable for me

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