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Unsecured Funding Source Offers Financing that Works
Many businesses have been looking for the best financing option with no catch. Unsecured Funding Source is now offering businesses what is looking like the best business financing option since the beginning of lending.
Businesses shocked by just how excellent of a financing option this is and how they are able to give back to one another in today economy. Unsecured Funding Source has developed an innovative way of lending to businesses throughout the nation. They have created the largest lending institution strictly for businesses. The way to take advantage of Unsecured Funding Source is to start banking with them. Unsecured Funding Source loans businesses double what they have in savings, this offers businesses double their money, a new way of financing for many businesses.
Businesses are able to receive financing by simply having funds in their bank account, a minimum of $10,000 in savings within Unsecured Funding Source Institution is required. This does not mean your business is unable to touch the funds in savings during repayment of the loan, your business can used those funds to meet your current financial needs as well. There is no credit check or other requirements to receive loan approval. Your business can receive double financing on what is in your businesses savings accounts for 30 plus day, up to $100,000.
Helping Your Fellow Business
You will be able to help your fellow business by keeping funds in your savings. The more money within Unsecured Funding Source the more businesses they are able to offer financing to.
The Beginning of Financing That Benefits All
Unsecured Funding Source has announced that they will begin offering financing to businesses currently using their business savings and checking accounts starting January 1st 2013. If your business is looking for a great way to save and get financing sign up today for a Unsecured Funding Source saving and checking account and start bank and borrowing from a leading lender in the financial industry.