In February 2010 U.S. Regulators were reminding banks that they should extend loans to credit worthy small businesses.
What is a “credit worthy” small business? Is that someone already in a successful small business? In today’s economy, will the bank lend money to a start-up business with no client history? How will you fund your small business?
Unemployment is skyrocketing, forcing individuals to consider starting a small business as an option. Whether we want to believe it or not, the face of America has changed and we have to change with it.
Having Capital to start your small business is a must in today’s economy. We have been told that most small businesses fail in the first few years of operation. Why? We could say, it’s the type of business, but we believe most business ideas have potential and can become very profitable. The problem is working capital and managing that capital correctly.
Small business loans are not the answer.
There are 3 important parts to our service.
The first is building strong business credit scores for your business with all 3 national business credit reporting agencies, which are; Experian, Dun & Bradstreet, and Equifax.
To do this we developed a comprehensive step by step system that guarantees your business will obtain a minimum of 5 vendor credit lines and 3 business credit cards that all report only on business credit and not on your personal credit reports.
The process takes 120 days. Along the way you will have access to a professional business advisor to assist you in obtaining more business financing.