I think there are many things people can do with $500.00. and...

Jude - September 8 2016, 12:39 AM

I think there are many things people can do with $500.00. and get some good profit out of it Since $500.00 will give up to $6500.00 or 32500 gourdes, that money can be used to 1-start a small convenient store which, i believe, will work better than if you had it here in america because there will be no tax to pay over there.

2- buy some boxes of clothes, choes, book bag etc...

Coming from the US and resell them in detail, one by one. This is a good one. My mother in law does that a get a lot of money out of it.

The only problem with that is sometime, our haitian brothers and friends believe that we are stupid.

They think the fact that we are in america, we are rich and they just try to take advantage of us.

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