People should not agree to anything if they are not willing to keep their side of the bargain, just like what Glory Caasi did. Promises may be broken, but legally binding agreements should never be ignored.
Daughters can learn a lot from their mothers. In the case of Stacy Honeychile Ventenilla, this is most true when it comes to borrowing money. She should learn from her mother’s case that borrowing money comes with a huge responsibility, something that should not be ignored.
People should think twice about becoming co-borrowers. Unless they are absolutely sure the borrower can repay the loan in full, they should not share the responsibility, even if the borrower is a sibling. Otherwise, they will end up with a financial burden like Mario Dedal.
- Why We are Looking for Lorinda Pascual September 7, 2012
- Amelia Betguen – A Story of an Unsettled Loan April 6, 2012
- In Pursuit of Gerald Dadulla July 7, 2011
- What Happened to Maria Cloma’s Credit February 24, 2012
- Glory Caasi – Co-borrower of Rebecca Salido October 31, 2014
- Stacy Honeychile Ventenilla – Co-borrower of Estrellita Ventenilla October 24, 2014
- Mario Dedal – Co-borrower of Cresenciana Tolentino October 10, 2014
- Jennifer Nacar – Co-Borrower of Jovet Bobis October 3, 2014