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I graduated from college with a Diploma in Clothing Technology but failed to obtain my certificate because of a huge amount of fee balance. I didn't lose hope though, but I hustled hard.
I did the Computer packages and I am still in the progress of completing a Graphics Design course. I love computers and so I started doing some research online about how one can make money online. I stumbled on some websites, signed up on them and stated working. I am happy to say that I now pay my bills; thanks to the online jobs.
Now that I can solely rely on online jobs, if I can help more people earn their living through these jobs, won't I change someone's life? I thought that if I could just get more funds, I could buy a laptop or two for these people so that I can outsource the work and get something in return.
I believe that acquiring the loan will help me achieve my goals and my dreams too!
With the little amount that I have saved from online freelancing, I plan to use the loan plus the amount to buy another laptop worth $260 so that I outsource my writing jobs to another person. I have got a client who frequently gives me bulk orders and I feel that I will be able to earn more by employing someone else. Considering the number of orders I am currently receiving, I will be able to get an additional $60 if I get someone to work for me.
I am planning to buy more after repaying the loan and give more people the jobs. My main aim is to provide jobs and help other people become self-employed too.
Feb 24, 2015
Cost to entrepreneur
Lender interest: $100.38 at 2.43% annual rate over 19 months = $3.88
Service fee: $6.28