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My name is George Opoku. I am 29years of age married with a child. I live in Community 5, Tema in the Greater Accra region, Ghana. I had my secondary educated at Chemu Senior High. I continued to pursue computer Networking and hardware in Intercom program manufacturing company (IPMC) and Socio computer training school respectively. My hobbies are playing football and fixing faulty computers/laptops.
I am into repairing faulty computers and laptops. I have been working from home over the past one year but have not regretted the initiative because it is lucrative. Despite the good nature of my venture, I have limited tools/equipment and accessories which gives me lots of hindrance to the services i render to my clients as they offer me jobs. Also lack of funds to enable me get a shop in town has made my work very difficult since customers need to travel some distance to my place to get their computers/laptops repaired. I will be happy and also grateful if lenders can help me with some loan which will enable me acquire the necessary equipment’s/tools for my business. Also gradually supporting me to acquire a shop that will locate me in an area where customers can have easy access to my services would be the greatest opportunity for me. The acquisition of this loan will enable me improve on the services i render to my clients, become more productive as well as more efficient. It will also help improve the standard of living of my family as the business grows/expand. I promise to repay on time as expected of me when granted the loan. Thank you
For my previous loan I was able to buy two different types of programmers, two set of screw drivers, a Fujitsu laptop for sale and also rent a shop for one year. If given this loan, I will extend my shop and increase the number of gadgets on sale.
Please consider my request. I will be looking forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you.
Yes many businesses were facing risks in the economic climate because of the deadly coronavirus disease and we went to lockdown that was why we were facing the challenges but now we thank God we know how to handle this disease and now we are back on working
Sep 6, 2020
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: 10% of $1,000.06 = $89.56
Credit risk payment: $134.50