Juan was always a brilliant student and since childhood he always had the dream of traveling. Due to the economic situation of his family, beyond small trips to different parts of Guatemala, he had not been able to make a great trip. His dream was always to know Europe. And with the effort to save many years and with a loan Good Finance got it.
With 23 years and after closing the degree in Economics at the university, he decided that it was time to fulfill his dream of traveling to Europe. But I would do it not only to meet but also to study a master’s degree in Business Administration.
After an initial investigation and for the ease of the language he chose Spain as the country to carry out his studies. At a university in Galicia, northern Spain, he was given a scholarship that would cover accommodation and maintenance during his academic year, but the cost of the master’s degree amounted to Q35,000.
Throughout his life Juan had saved for this day, and his capital, which amounted to Q50,000, would allow him to cover his studies. But he would have little money left to pay for the travel ticket to Spain.
Extra money to travel
The university had already accepted it, but now it was necessary to obtain a student visa to travel to Spain. And for this he had to prove an economic solvency. That was when Good Finance crossed his path to achieve his dream of traveling to Spain and getting to know Europe.
After paying for the University, he had left Q15,000 free
But he needed to submit funds in his account in less than a week for Q45,000. That money would help him to obtain his visa but also to buy his tickets, to be able to stay in Spain (although he already had paid house and food) and travel through Europe on the days he had free.
After meeting Good Finance by a friend he got in touch quickly to see the possibility of getting the Q30,000 he needed urgently.
His surprise was to know the clarity with which they explained everything, the procedure, the speed in which he would have his money (maximum 48 hours and without guarantor) and above all that he would have a custom-made fee. Specifically, I would pay Q1,530 for the next 60 months.
After formalizing his credit, he was able to travel to Spain
Visit countries such as Portugal, France and Germany and, most importantly, improve his training. In addition, during his stay in Spain he enjoyed paid internships that allowed him to save some money and pay his credit before the deadline.
Already back in Guatemala and has found a better paid job. For him, this credit was the financial support he needed at a specific time. But also an investment that helped him travel and improve his professional situation.