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Is financing even possible with bankruptcy in your history???

A medical reason left me in chapter 7. 6 years later, I'm re-established. Credit score over 700 and $50,000 in pocket but the banks won't touch me. I do not want to wait another 4 years to get up and running again when the only thing holding me back is from 6 years ago. Can anyone recommend a bank that will consider a business loan with a red flag like this in my credit history?

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Hello, I have two lenders that I work with that could help you. I also have a few sellers that will offer partial financing in addition to what the banks will lend you. mgoebel9@gmail.com
Respectfully,
Michelle Goebel

May 6, 2010
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Biz2Credit LLC
New York County, NY

Mikel,

We have banks who will do the deal for you if you are 4 years plus out of bankruptcy. Key is how much you are looking to raise and what kind of business is it for.

We at Biz2Credit have over 75 banks and 130 products to match your varied business credit needs across the country. You can fill out a free loan application on www.biz2credit.com and see your options and decide to work with lenders either on your own or through a dedicated case manager from Biz2Credit at a low monthly cost. Once you get matched with a lender, you can use the document management system to upload and maintain all the documents , share it with lenders and other partners you work with. Also being a registered member helps you to get free updates on new lenders ,lending product and tools to build and manage your business credit from our partner, Dun & Bradstreet.

May 1, 2010

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