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I have a client that is looking for business funding of at least $60,000 Currently have 680 credit scores. W


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A solution I've used with a lot of my clients is taking out a loan against their personal assets. It doesn't have a payback period or specified monthly amount, nor does it rely on their credit score.

The loan amount is dependent on their personal financial situation.

If you'd like more information feel free to email me at

Sep 16, 2013
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Sep 1, 2013
Allan Stevens
It's Lunch Time by Platinum Marketing
"We Deliver Lunch"
Bernalillo County, NM

Hello T. Braxton,

We would like to invite you to join us in bringing real funding and real credit lines to the start up business community. View our website listed below and get back to us if you have any interest in expanding your services to your customers and earning substantial commissions.

Allan Stevens
Business Cash & Credit Line Center

Sep 1, 2013
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FIO Financial Services
Cherokee County, GA

Ms Braxton contact me you...

Elliott D. Miles
FIO FInancial

Jul 24, 2013
Mehmood H. Syed, CM&AA
Syed Brokerage & Capital Co.
Cook County, IL
Premium Broker

Contact me and I can help. I have sources (depending upon the nature of business) which can fund upto
$300,000, with no collateral required.

Apr 2, 2013
Brig Burton
The 363 Group
Maricopa County, AZ

Hi T. My group can help. Have him fill out the application at our website. We can do an unsecured business loan with a 680+ FICO through the SBA for upto $25K, and the remainder we can finance through other banks.

Apr 2, 2013

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