Lord Long & Company was created in 2003 to offer working capital to small and medium size businesses across North America. Lord Long & Company looks at the bigger picture and realizes that most small businesses can't always qualify for traditional bank financing. We have solved that problem by designing financial solutions specifically for small businesses.
We approve 94.6% of all applicants that apply with us, even those with severe credit issues. I know that sounds to good to be true, but in our case, it isn't. We have a capital solution to fit every business situation.
We offer a variety of financing solutions: Unsecured Loans, Bridge Capital, Short Term Loans, Credit Card Recievable Financing, Invoice Factoring, SBA Loans, Lines of Credit and Commercial Owner Occupied Real Estate Loans. We only partner with direct lenders that are publicly traded or own hedge funds.
We can get you the capital you need!
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Hello everyone, I would love to network with anyone that is interested in growing their business or that know of anyone looking for a FREE way to grow their business with a value over 400 a month! Sounds to good to be true but it is all true! I look forward to speaking with you soon! Kimberly
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