If the business has established cash flow, it will most likely qualify for the loan it needs.
Hallertown, PA (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
“We are happy to announce that LendDeck.com and its funding partners, since opening in May (2013), have to date helped small business owners, including those operating beauty salons, secure several million dollars in small business financing,” says Lisa Wolfrum, President of SBL Capital Group.
“Providing small business loans for beauty salons and spas gives them access to the money they need to continue operations and expand and is a great help in strengthening the American economy, and we’re really excited to have the opportunity to fill a gap in the market and help the country’s economy at the same time,” adds Wolfrum.
Believing it is a great feeling to be in a business where everybody wins, Wolfrum notes that gone are the days when it was literally impossible for small business salon owners to get access to loans and working capital. Thanks to small business loan portals online like LendDeck.com, we have leveled the playing field to make it possible for beauty salon owners to access business-related loans, even if they have personal credit problems or do not process business credit cards.
“If the business has established cash flow, it will most likely qualify for the loan it needs in amounts from $2,000 up to $250,000 or more in special circumstances,” says Wolfrum, who now makes it possible for small business salon owners to start their loan request online at LendDeck.com.
“The entire loan process now take days, rather than the weeks or months it usually takes with most conventional banking institutions,” adds Wolfrum, who helps small businesses get the loans and financing they need without the hassle of a traditional bank loan.
With small business salon owners thrown a lifeline by LendDeck.com, Wolfrum says getting loans or financing now gives renewed life to small business operators, who are the bedrock of the American economy.
“No longer are small business beauty salon owners being held at the mercy of traditional banks, who typically look at business owners’ credit scores, which can sometimes be a major factor in them not getting the loan,” notes Wolfrum. She adds that LendDeck.com has a much faster and easier funding process with far less paperwork required and looks at the business operations instead of the business owner.
While LendDeck.com does not offer loans for start-ups, Wolfrum says they will consider businesses with as little as four months of operations with cash flow in order to consider a small business for a loan.
For further information, please contact: Lisa Wolfrum, President of SBL Capital Group, LLC - 800-213-6456, Lisa(at)lenddeck(dot)com or visit their website at http://www.LendDeck.com.