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I want to loan to study but how?

Actually, I belong to a poor family. And my dad works in a small shop and mom does the stitch. So that could run home expenses. So I've to do study from any good college and in my life, I want to get something a big success. So that I could solve the money problem of my family. Hence for it, I should loan from the bank to complete my dream. But to loan, what will I have to do?

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    Actually, you must need to be a Singaporean/PR aged 21-62. And you must have a minimum income of $12,000 p.a. Your parents or a sponsor can apply for a loan (for you) ... And your loan guarantor (if applicable) must have a minimum income of $30,000. But as like you told that you're from a poor family. From my idea, whose of home income will not $12,000. Hence it's a big problem to take loans for study. But don't worry, I've an awesome idea for you. Listen to me carefully. You can take the support of your any best friend and from my idea, you'll have to best friend whose income will be good who could help you. If you don't have any friends so you need to search who could finish your problem. When you get best friend so you can get loans through him. And then when you get succeed so you've to paid that loans.

    2019.08.01 18:0

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