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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #100 on: October 16, 2013, 11:04:13 PM »
very risky talaga tong business na to. ive been doing this with my hubby for awhile na rin. it needs trust, patience and alot of funds. And usually the people that will skip payments are your friends. so if youre lending to a friend consider it lost hehe

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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #101 on: November 14, 2013, 01:53:35 PM »
ako dito lang ako nagpapa lending sa office 4% lang ginawa ko interest at ang binibigyan ko lang yung mga officemate ko na magaling magbayad yung di na sinisingil nagkukusa na lang maghulog kada sahod so far ok naman lahat wala naging problema : )

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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #102 on: December 09, 2013, 03:18:49 PM »
meron pa po ba ito?

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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #103 on: December 11, 2013, 07:32:08 AM »
How about if they issue PDCs?

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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #104 on: December 19, 2013, 11:41:42 PM »
actually pdcs will work if you know the person kasi even if they issue pdcs and wala pondo wala ka rin magagawa unless u file for a case.

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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #105 on: January 25, 2014, 02:58:44 AM »
Siguro mas okay sis if may porsyento din sya para forever motivated.

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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #106 on: February 26, 2014, 09:14:38 PM »
Hi, share ko lang yung lending business namin mag-asawa.

We also work at a BPO nagkataon same company tapos HR pa kami pareho, si hubby payroll supervisor.

We started last year I think, 150k yung puhunan namin. Masyadong malaki I know pero yung 50k sa palengke naloko agad kami, inabot na nga isang taon mahigit yung loan hindi pa nababayaran ng buo, at nagkabarangayan pa, so from then on, hindi na kami nagpautang outside the office.

Yung 100k naman namin from last year 200k na ngayon, although pag nagpapaloan kami sa mga officemates is 3% lang pag 9k and below, at 5% per month 10k and above. Hindi na namin kinukuha ang ATM dahil nga Payroll supervisor si hubby so pag nagresign sila siya nag magpoprocess ng backpay nila at habang nandito sila, sweldo. Pero hindi kami mahigpit, nagstart lang talaga kami as help nagkataong andaming nangailangan kaya 100k yung nailabas namin agad dito sa office pero x2 na in 1 year, hindi na masama. At mababait naman mga employees namen sila sila rin yung mga nangungutang at masipag naman magbayad.

I guess, dapat talaga medyo may control over ka dun sa pinapautang mo para may element din ng takot. Pag kapitbahay, or acquaintance lang nagiging mahirap ang paniningil.

Minsan naman okay pag may collateral, like sa yo muna tong certain gamit/gadget hanggang hindi nila nababayaran ng buo yung utang.

Basta, always be alert, know your customer wag basta magtitiwala at liitan lang din yung tubo para parang tulong lang at sempre tatanaw ng utang na loob si lendee. :D
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« Reply #107 on: March 18, 2014, 02:40:11 PM »
I have a small lending business and so far, it's doing good. Okay na sana but this co worker approached me earlier para sabihin na I should stop this business because it is against the Bible. She is a friend and I know that her intentions are good pero na sad and nalito nanaman ako. I am enjoying the business and maganda talaga ang balik kaso when she mentioned about the Bible and karma.. haaay parang I want to stop na tuloy. What do you think sisses? Totoo ba yung karma sa ganitong business? Dba parang mall and any other store or business lang naman 'to na pinapatungan mo para kumita ka?  :(
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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #108 on: March 21, 2014, 01:18:45 PM »
^I am not against with this type of business kasi marami din namang natutulungan basta tama lang ang tubo. About sa karma, siguro nasa sayo naman talaga yan, wala naman yan sa type of business na pinasok mo. Kung alam mo naman na wala kang inaapakang tao, ituloy mo lang ang business mo. :)

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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #109 on: March 25, 2014, 01:08:37 AM »
i'm into lending business as well actually nag share kame ng mga friends para magstart dito as our passive income, ok naman etong business na eto but risky talaga. un mga pinapahiram lang namin is mostly mga officemate, 3-6% lang un add on interest namen dahil ayaw naman namin mabaon sa utang un mga nanghihiram, tapus pag maaga nagbayad si customer inaalisan na din namin ng interest un remaining months (e.g. un terms of payment nia is 4 months pero pag babayaran na nia un utang nia dun sa ika 2nd month inaalis na namen un interests for 3rd & 4th month un principal na lang un pinapabayaran namin), natutuwa naman sila kaya pag nangailangan uli sila balik lang sila samin. normally din un mga returning good payer lang un binibigyan namin uli, pag naging client ka namin tapus mahirap ka singilin hindi ka na makakaulit. tama din un mga advise ng ibang mga sissies dito huwag mag pautang sa primary circle which is relatives and close friends, para wala kang emotional stress.

actually nabanggit din samin ng isang officemate na may karma nga daw un lending business, pero pag sinasabe namen samen nun napahiram namen kun ganu sila ka thankful since hindi nila alam kun kanino lalapit (lalo at badly needed talaga for emergency), tapus un iba naman kaya samen nanghihiram kc mas maliit nga daw un interest kumpara kung sa bank or credit card hihiram..kapag nakakarinig kami ng ganyan naisip namen nakakatulong din namin kami, kahit paanu bawas kunsensha na din.
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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #110 on: March 25, 2014, 02:13:44 PM »
I wanted to invest my savings on lending, kaya lang im not sure kung ano mas better.
Is it 5% non diminishing or 10% diminishing? Or is it too much? TIA

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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #111 on: March 26, 2014, 03:10:59 AM »
            ^sis it really depends on what you think is fair and best for you and your clients. better then to assess un risk probability based on your possible customer.
            kc kami bago nag start sa lending eto un mga diniscuss namin:
            1. our objective for starting this business - do we have the same directions ba kahit na iba iba kami ng reason for this buss.
            2. how much capital are we going to share each and how much of this capital are we capable of risking - included din jan un possible additional, since we are anticipating na magkakaroon kami ng additional customer and withdrawal in case na kami naman un mangailangan ng emergency fund
            3. add on interest - computation of interest and sharing of capital/profits and assessing of risk and justifying fair int rate to be imposed as well us sharing of loss.
          4. how we will record un aming sales -  me and my friend did an excel file for this
        5. what are docs/collateral are we going to get to customer - so far we only use promissory note and some of our customer issue pdcs.
      6. collection and recording - who is going to remind our customer for payment due <in case na hindi nila maalala na due date na nila> and who's going to record it dun sa file namen.

      all in all yan un mga pinag usapan namen  :)
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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #112 on: April 26, 2014, 12:34:48 PM »
Hi mga sis! gusto ko din tong business na to and i want to start sa office sana kaso naunahan na ako ng co-worker ko na best friend ko din ano kaya ang dapat kung gawin?baka kc sabihin nya na nkipagkumpetensya ako sakanya

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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #113 on: April 29, 2014, 03:32:44 AM »
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sis, talk to your friend tell her na gusto mu din mag lending business and let her understand na u don't want to compete naman with her, since bestfriend mu naman sha i know maiintindihan ka niya  ;)...pede kaung mag partner ng friend mu kun ok lang sa kania - actually ganyan un ginawa namen or un mga client na hindi na niya ma accommodate baka pedeng ikaw na lang un mag pa lend.
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Re: LENDING BUSINESS PART 2
« Reply #114 on: July 10, 2014, 07:45:44 AM »
nag ganito ko tapos sandali lang. gusto ko sana ulet  ;D

 

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