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Micro Lending

For... Machinery & Equipment Inventory & Supplies Working Capital Seasonal Expenses

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Simple Application

Our simple 15 second online application can get you matched with offers in minutes.


No Minimum FICO

Bad credit? No problem! Most of our top financing options have no minimum FICO.


Larger Amounts

Get matched with the best financing options with the highest funding amount.

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Same Day Funding

Our FinTech Speed can get you in and out of Underwriting in just a few hours, and same day funding!

How To Qualify
Create Business Plan
Executive Summary
Description & Structure
Market Research
Products / Services
Marketing / Sales
Funding Request
Determine Eligibility
Sole / Co Owner
No Bankruptcies
No Tax Liens 
No Foreclosures 
Ability to Repay
Good Payment History 
Strong Business Plan
Other Programs
Veteran Program 
Woman Empowerment
Female Entrepreneurs
Underserved Communities
Government Issued ID
Proof of Income
Personal Financial Statements
Business Financial Statements
Use Of Proceeds
Detailed Biz Plan

What is a MicoLoan

Microloans are loans for $50,000 or less, averaging $15,000 in 2021.

Microloans for small businesses are typically offered by nonprofits, government agencies, or individual lenders to be used for a variety of business expenses.

Microloan programs can differ with focus on specific types of businesses; such as female entrepreneurs, underserved communities, or veterans.

Some microloans specify that funds be used for specific purposes.

Microloan uses may Include:
  • Working Capital
  • Inventory or Supplies
  • Furniture or Fixtures
  • Machinery or Equipment
  • Seasonal Expenses

In addition to lending money, some microloan programs offer assistance with things like marketing, financial counseling, training, and technical assistance to support budding entrepreneurs. For new business owners, this support can be valuable to help them responsibly use capital and plan for the future of their business.