Unsecured Business Loans C-Corp

Unsecured Business Loans for C-Corps are for creditworthy borrowers who are seeking 'above average' amounts of unsecured capital. Borrowers must have a minimum 680 Personal Credit Score on all three bureaus, a minimum of $50,000 Annual Gross Revenue. Must be in business for a minimum of 2 years.

NO Upfront Costs. 15% Success Fee If Funded

No Down Payment, No Collateral, or No Reserves needed. Borrowers pay a 15% (15pts) fee when successfully funded.

Funding Details

$10,000 to $400,000 - Funded in 7 to 14 Days.

Term Loans

1, 3, or 5 year(s) with rates as low as 6%* for well qualified borrowers. Monthly Payments of Principle and Interest.

*Lenders determine the interest rates, terms, and payments.


  1. 2+ Years of Clean Credit History: No recent late payments, no judgements, or liens. Collections must be older than a year. Bankruptcies must be discharged for a minimum of 2 years.
  2. 3+ Open Tradelines Accounts: Must be primary tradelines. No authorized users tradelines.
  3. 30% or Lower Revolving Debt Ratio: Can be pushed to 50% in some cases.
  4. 680+ Credit Scores: Must be reporting on all 3 credit bureaus.
  5. No More Than 6 Inquiries on ALL Credit Bureau in the last 6 Months: The fewer the better.
  6. $50,000+ Gross Revenue: Must be in business minimum 2 Years. 2 Years Business Tax Returns and a Schedule C.

Documents Needed:

Signed Contract

Completed Application

Copy of ID: Color Copy. Front and Back in PDF or JPEG format. Driver’s License, State ID, or Passport

Copy of Social Security Card: Color Copy, Front and Back in PDF or JPEG format and Back

2 Years Business Tax Returns and a Schedule C (2018 and 2019 Returns)

Logins to Credit Monitoring Website: Must show all 3 scores. NO CREDIT KARMA.


3 Months of Business Bank Statement: Must show business revenue deposits.

Utility Bill: Electric, Gas, Water, Waste, Cable, Telephone or Credit Card Statement.

Voided Check: Must match provided Business Bank account information. No Starter Checks. If no checks, a letter on bank letter head stating routing and account information (or) Direct Deposit Form issued by bank can substitute.