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Old 12-04-2018, 07:13 AM   #11
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Default Re: bad credit because of credit union

Credit scores are the carte de visite for both, the small businesses or for the well-established businesses. Getting a proper loan for a startup or a new venture is a task in itself. And, if it is accompanied by a poor credit history or low credit scores, then the task becomes even more difficult. Most banks do not prefer to provide start up business loans for new ventures. So, it becomes a herculean task to get bad credit business loans from them.Is having a poor credit score stopping you from starting your own business?
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