Helping others with their financial problems is commendable, but only if it does not cause more trouble for the parties concerned. Unfortunately for some people, helping gets them in trouble in more ways than one. Jacqueline Macaiba is an example of someone who tried to help someone, but ended up in trouble with the other [...]
It is easy to assume that people will repay their debts because of the amount they earn, but we have learned the hard way that making such assumption can end up in disappointment. As proven to us by Fannie Gabuya, sometimes it is not about how much one earns.
Good friends stay together through tough times. They have each other’s backs in any unpleasant situation. Unfortunately, there are times when friends make unpleasant situations for other people, like when they borrow money and fail to repay on time. Norma de Paz is one person who surely knows a thing or two about this.
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- Jacqueline Macaiba – Co-borrower of Fannie Gabuya July 25, 2014
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- Norma de Paz – Co-borrower of Lory Arcilla July 11, 2014
- Looking for Lory Arcilla July 4, 2014