If your credit is great, this info won’t be that helpful to you.
If your credit is not so great but you are needing some working capital to grow your business, then this can greatly benefit you.
There’s always a way to get funding, but there may be a couple of strategies you didn’t know about that I want to share with you.
1. Getting a Credit Partner
This will be the fastest way if this option is a possibility for you. What you need is someone who has a credit score of 650 or higher. This can be a business partner, spouse, or family member.
Since this individual will be providing their credit, the best way to go about this is to make sure there is some benefit to the credit partner. If your business partner is your credit partner, the benefit is obvious in the growth of your company.
For those outside your business, make them some kind of offer, set some terms with them, or an agreement with being responsible in funds that are a result of their good credit.
Have your credit partner apply through the link below or you can apply and let us know you have a credit partner when we reach out to you by phone.
2. DIY Credit Repair
Credit repair has a bad reputation and there are so many scams out there or it can take forever. Why not take credit repair into your own hands and use a DIY program. These are much cheaper and you have much more control of how fast you can go.
One program we recommend is 720Fico.com You’ll have everything you need as far as templates and videos to show you what to do.
3. Revenue Based Funding
If you have terrible credit but you have revenue through your business account of $30k or more in the past 3 months, you have an additional option here. Your funding can be based on the amount of revenue you make instead of credit.
If your business does average $10k per month and you can verify that with business bank statements,
To Your Success,
Christian John Sales
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