Buy foodstuffs for resale

Charity Oforiwaa

Kumasi, Ghana

100% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

Charity Oforiwaa

Member since

February 2021

On-time repayments

8 installments  •  75%

About Me

Oforiwaa Charity is my name, 37 years of age but marriage with two children. i live in Sepaase a town in Ashanti region of Ghana. i am a trader and i sell food staffs at the new market. I have been doing this business to support my husband since we got marriage.My husband gave me just Ghc200.00 to start this business but as i am speaking now i have been able to grow my capital to Ghc1500.00 aside helping my husband to take care of our children. i have decided to open a new shop for cool store business of which my friend introduced this platform to me.

My Business

I sell food staffs in the market. some of this food staffs are rice, oil, tomato, onion and many more. i started this business with small amount of money but i have been able to grow my capital.

Loan Proposal

I will use this loan to buy food staffs for resale. some of the food staffs i will buy are rices and oil. if this loan is given to me i will be able to pay back after a week time.

Income Source

i also sell clothes during Sundays and if in case of any risk i will pay back the loan with the profit i make from the clothes i sell. In actual fact selling of food staffs are not risky and i promise to pay back if the said loan is given.

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$62.28

Date disbursed

Feb 22, 2021

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

1 week

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $2.15

Credit risk payment: $5.82

Optional expediting fee: $4.43

Lenders

numbat

Perth, Australia

C

Clben7

Cincinnati, United States

Otto Barten

Amsterdam, Netherlands

PolarBearCapital

United States

reluck

Marseille, France, France

S

Stephan

Netherlands

Jake Badger

Roskilde, Denmark

J

jeananne

United States

Gerrit

Palm Harbor, FL, United States

Paul Buchheit

Mountain View, United States

A

Adriaan

Netherlands

A

Anne

United Kingdom

Black and White Zebra

Vancouver, Canada

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  • Agbenyega Christian Peter    May 3, 2021

    I called charity and she promised she will pay just that business is slow

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  • Charity Oforiwaa    Mar 21, 2021

    I was sick and I was not able to go to market this week. I will make full pay when I recover Thanks to all my lenders for their understanding.

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  • Charity Oforiwaa    Mar 6, 2021

    I will buy food staffs for sale at the market and it will help me increase my stock, which will also help me to increase my profit. Thanks to all my lenders for their support.

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  • Charity Oforiwaa    Mar 6, 2021

    I added the loan to my capital to buy more stock for my business and I was able to buy more stock for sale which has help me to increase my profit and the cost of my carriage inward also reduces.

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  • Charity Oforiwaa    Mar 4, 2021

    I have received 427 Ghana cedis and added my loan to my capital to buy food staffs for sale. Thanks to all my lenders for their help.

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  • Charity Oforiwaa    Feb 27, 2021

    I will use the loan to buy food staffs for sale and it will help me to reduce my transportation cost. A big thanks to all my lenders.

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  • Charity Oforiwaa    Feb 23, 2021

    I have received the loan amount after all expenses. I brought food staffs for resales. Thanks to all those whom help me with this loan

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  • Charity Oforiwaa    Feb 22, 2021

    I will use the loan to buy food staffs for resales. This loan will help me to increase my stocks and make profit from the daily sale I make and I can save part of my profit for my future Cole store. Thanks to all those who support me with the loan.

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