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Is being a guarantor a practical job?

I saw that I have potential in salestalking and because of that I was able to sell a property, Since that day, I am thinking of applying to be a real guarantor, but I do not have enough knowledge about it. I was thinking if I will be able to earn money if ever I pushed being a real guarantor. That way, I am hitting two birds with one stone because I am earning good money and at the same time, doing what I want.

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    Being a guarantor is a nice job since you will be able to get a big money when one of your products was sold like a house or a car because it will be one huge amount of money in one person. But of course, it will tough during the first times since your credibility will be in question but once the skill was proven, more clients will come to your way.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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