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Monday, February 19, 2018

Former OFW Found Success In Selling Coin Banks Online

Are you having trouble paying for your mortgage loans? Are you struggling financially? Is your present salary inadequate to meet your daily needs? Do you want to earn more money? 
A former OFW found a bizaare solution on her financial problems which brought her out of her financial dilemma. She found solution for her financial problem by selling coin banks made out of tin cans.
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Are you having trouble paying for your mortgage loans? Are you struggling financially? Is your present salary inadequate to meet your daily needs? Do you want to earn more money?   A former OFW found a bizaare solution on her financial problems which brought her out of her financial dilemma. She found solution for her financial problem by selling coin banks made out of tin cans.  Advertisement     Sponsored Links      A former Overseas Filipino Worker who once decided to stay in the Philippines for good to take care of her kids has found "pots of gold" that made her able to buy anything her family want. By selling coin banks, the life of her family has changed. Settled all her loans and debts, bought things for her family that she never did while working abroad. On top of these, She also helped more people who want to earn by selling her coin banks made of tin cans.   The idea of making a tin coin bank started when Hidie Pinlac, an OFW came across a saving matrix, a page with amount of money and corresponding oval spaces that has to be shaded when you are done putting the money inside. She was doing online selling of various items for a living before she came across the idea of printing the said matrix and attaching it all over the tin cans for the customers to shade. The fun of doing it made the business sell like a popcorn online. Every saving challenge can give the saver P53,000 once completed.    She started her new business with 50 pieces of tin cans. Now the business is giving her a return of P5,000 to P10,000 per week.   Now, Hidie's fortune also helped her resellers to be financially stable. Even anyone can  do it.  Alyssa Capulong, a student, started looking for a coin bank for her personal use because she wanted to buy a laptop for her studies. She saw the price of the coin bank online and had the idea of reselling it. Using the money intended for her tuition fee, she started her business.  After a week, she already sold 300 pieces and earned P30,000. She got her capital back and bought the laptop that she wanted.      Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate? Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?     OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac     SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
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A former Overseas Filipino Worker who once decided to stay in the Philippines for good to take care of her kids has found "pots of gold" that made her able to buy anything her family want.
By selling coin banks, the life of her family has changed. Settled all her loans and debts, bought things for her family that she never did while working abroad.
On top of these, She also helped more people who want to earn by selling her coin banks made of tin cans.
The idea of making a tin coin bank started when Hidie Pinlac, an OFW came across a saving matrix, a page with amount of money and corresponding oval spaces that has to be shaded when you are done putting the money inside. She was doing online selling of various items for a living before she came across the idea of printing the said matrix and attaching it all over the tin cans for the customers to shade. The fun of doing it made the business sell like a popcorn online. Every saving challenge can give the saver P53,000 once completed.

She started her new business with 50 pieces of tin cans. Now the business is giving her a return of P5,000 to P10,000 per week. 
Now, Hidie's fortune also helped her resellers to be financially stable. Even anyone can  do it.
Alyssa Capulong, a student, started looking for a coin bank for her personal use because she wanted to buy a laptop for her studies. She saw the price of the coin bank online and had the idea of reselling it. Using the money intended for her tuition fee, she started her business.
After a week, she already sold 300 pieces and earned P30,000. She got her capital back and bought the laptop that she wanted. 

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What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS

 Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits

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