Loans for Entrepreneurs with Bad Credit

Is your bad credit holding you back from the loan you need to start your business?  Does a shortage of money keep you from getting money?  Don’t give up yet there is a legitimate source of small loans for entrepreneurs who have been turned down by banks due to bad credit or lack of credit.

You’ve likely heard of microlending, the movement to lend small amounts of money to entrepreneurs across the world.  Microlending has not only funded the ambitions of people from 3rd world countries, but has also financed the aspirations of entrepreneurs in the US.

Look into microlending if you need a loan from $500-$35,000 for your small business and you have been rejected by commercial banks.  Don’t allow poor credit to put the brakes on your small business dreams.  Microlending is a great lending alternative for entrepreneurs tired of being turned down by bank after bank.

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Posted on August 31, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. This lending makes more sense if we are trying to get the economy moving and people hiring. The lending amount may be too small to really getting it going in the US but its good to know there is some money available for a start up. In the great depression a lot of companies got started because people had to become self employed. Some start up money would get these people moving.

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