Good News for Small Businesses, Start-ups, and Non-Profits in Need of Credit
Finance experts are elated as Credit4Good rolls out their much-anticipated Business Credit and Funding Platform, VIPFinanceSuite 2.0.
The original version was released back in 2019 as a first-of-its-kind cash and credit access system providing business owners with easy access to financing options of all kinds for their businesses.
Version 2.0 is an expanded version of the platform, and it provides “behind the scenes” access to thousands of financing sources. “VIPFinanceSuite 2.0” allows Business Owners and Startups greater access to money than any other stand-alone system in the world. The platform also provides the access to the largest supply of financial products that is available today.
“Access to money has always been one of the biggest challenges a business owner faces, “Sherry Johnson, CEO of Credit4Good, stated, “Through “VIPFinanceSuite 2.0″ entrepreneurs are able to Establish Business Credit that’s NOT linked to their personal score and quickly access the cash and credit they need to grow their business.”
VIPFinanceSuite, 2.0 provides access to the largest database of vendor and revolving account sources currently providing business credit, all with no personal guarantee required.
Business Credit is just one of many funding options available. Version 2.0 provides unprecedented access to money for business owners –Virtually every type of known legitimate financing source is available through the platform. This means business owners can access credit for their business without the personal liability of a personal guarantee. Plus, business credit is available with no personal credit check.
Even business owners hit hard by the change in the recent economy may still qualify.
“Using the platform, brand new businesses may be approved for $50,000 to $250,00 in business credit within their first 6 months using VIPFinanceSuite 2.0, regardless of their current financial situation. And this credit is with major merchants business owners frequently use including companies such as Office Depot, Dell, and Amazon,” says Sherry Johnson, CEO of Credit4Good.
Business credit is only the beginning, the platform has all legitimate forms of financing available.
SBA loans including SBA 7a and 504 loans are available as well as factoring loans, equipment loans, credit lines, merchant cash advances, 401k financing, and securities-based lines of credit. Real estate funding and many more financing options are all available through membership in the “VIPFinanceSuite, 2.0 platform”.
“With version 2.0, business owners have access to all real cash and credit sources for their business in one place,” says CEO, Sherry Johnson.
“VIPFinanceSuite 2.0” also helps business owners with the initial steps of setting up their business to ensure their foundation documents are approved for financing. Business owners can even acquire an excellent business credit score right through the platform.
Everything is simplified for Business Owners. New Financing of all types is available with one-click access and easy online approvals. In addition, the platform includes concierge coaching which is provided by a certified Business Advisor and Finance Officer.
Credit4Good advisors help and coach business owners in accessing the cash and credit they need to grow their business even if they are a brand-new start-up. These advisors commonly have two decades or more experience in helping business owners obtain capital and build credit.
This concierge coaching includes helping business owners all the way through the approval process to ensure they get approved and quickly receive their money.
A VIPFinanceSuite 2.0 Membership takes away all the guesswork and finally gives business owners access to the funds they need to grow and expand their businesses all in one place.
To learn more about an exclusive VIPFinanceSuite 2.0 Membership, you can visit: https://Credit4Good.com or call 800-224-7063.
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