If you have questions during the funding request process, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We are here to help. You can also find answers to frequently asked questions below.
How does Lendza pair me with a funding provider?
After you fill out our form, we try to pair you with a provider. Our top priority is to find you a reputable provider.
What are the small business funding requirements?
There are many different types of small business funding options, each with unique requirements. There are, however, standard (though not inclusive) requirements you should be aware of:
Be a U.S. citizen.
Be at least 18 years of age.
Have an address, phone number, and email address.
Does the Lendza form encrypt my information to keep it secure?
Yes. We use 256-bit encryption to keep your data as safe as possible.
Does Lendza require a hard credit pull?
No. We transfer your information on to the provider without checking your credit. The provider will need to check your credit before providing you with funding, though.
How high does my personal credit need to be to get small business funding?
There are many types of small business funding options. Some require a high personal credit score as well as a high business credit score, but others do not. Some of the SBA loans are especially for small businesses that wouldn’t be able to get traditional funding because of their personal or business credit score. We do our best to pair you with a provider that can work with your credit score.
How long will it take to get my funds?
There are many different kinds of small business financing options. The “time to funding” varies by type, partially because of how extensive the background check is. In some cases you could have your money in two days. Other funding types can take as long as nine months. Your provider will let you know how long you should expect to wait for your funding.
Is Lendza a funding provider?
No. We are not a small business funding provider. Instead, we have direct relationships with providers. Our job is to help you find a funding provider for your business.