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How can a service connected disabled veteran with bad credit get a start up business loan?

I am a 60% service connected disabled veteran. I have been working the last year in North Dakota. I have been a truck driver majority of my life. I am driving truck in the oilfields. I have been offered the opportunity to lease on my own truck. I have all paperwork that shows the income potential. Owners are paid $108 an hour for their trucks. Average paycheck is $40+ grand a month. I make good money as a driver but this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. I was injured as a logger and out of work for two years on L and I. So I have poor credit due to this. I need a loan to get a truck and start up money but afraid I will be turned down due to credit. Not sure where to start? Any advice from fellow vets would be greatly appreciated.

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The economic climate due to the recession has caused banks to be less likely to loan money, even to those with good credit. But, with that being said, I would do two main things. One is get a handle on your credit and discover what is causing your bad credit. There are free resources available on the internet - http://veteranbusinessopportunities.net/military-veteran-family-finance/military-credit-repair-kit/

NEVER PAY FOR CREDIT REPAIR SERVICES!! They are a ripoff and most likely will make your situation worse.

Second is I would start putting together a business plan to present to a bank. There are also plenty of business plan examples available to use as a reference. By presenting a business plan that shows how you are going to make money along with how you will pay off your loan is much more impressive than a loan application by itself.

Take the time to present your business plan to the bank/loan officer. Let him see your excitement and have the opportunity to discover more about you.

Bad credit takes time to overcome, but dedication to the task will be rewarded.

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Well I am not a Vet but my husband is and I know that now more than ever there are so many programs out there for Veterans disabled and not, and if you check with them first you may be able to get something going through them. Also, try your local credit unions too, as they tend to sometimes offer loans where most regular banks won't. You can also try to get a small business man's loan. Usually once you have been turned down once or twice you can qualify for one of those, especially if your bad credit is due to medical bills and such. Give it try!

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You can find the best solutions for you at: http://WWW.CREDIT-SOLUTIONS.INFO

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You can consider some of the government services that support veterans with their finances. Loan services can also be considered on http://www.quickloantoday.us which are proven to be legal and trusted.

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Good news,

I acquired a loan at Lapo loan house and they offers you private, commercial and personal loans with very minimal annual interest rates from 3% for 1 year to 50 years repayment term in any part of the world. We give out loans ranging from $ 5,000.00 to $ 100,000,000.00 USD. The lender's Email: lapo_loanhouse_ng@outlook.com

Qualifications:
1)The Borrower must be at least 18yrs old
2)Even with Bad credit, we still Guarantee the Borrower the Loan
3)The Loan Can Be Granted Even With No Collateral Present or
available (Unsecured)
4)You do not need a Co- Signer

Interested parties may contact them by email:
Lender name: Mrs. Joan William
The Company's Email: lapo.loanhouse.ng@gmail.com
The lender's Email: lapo_loanhouse_ng@outlook.com


Best wishes,
A Maria Alejandro.

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