The same representative from that company has corresponded with me via one of Bank of America's forums. The representative insists the company requires collateral on an unsecured loan. The representative claims to be from London, but uses poor, broken English.
I am just leery and want to know if you are having better luck with them.
Thank you for your prompt reponse to this matter.
Why dont you try Factor Loans. Factoring is a financial transaction whereby a business sells its accounts receivable (invoices) to a third party (the factor) at a discount. Factoring bridges the gap between billing and collection, enabling your business to match cash flow with cash needs.
You can try Factor Companies such as Pacific Business Capital Corporation (PBCC) who will purchase your accounts receivable, providing you with immediate cash. They have factoring program that releases cash tied up in outstanding accounts receivable that normally take 30, 60 or even 90 days to collect.
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