AMP Advance

Unsecured Business Loans

Rates so low that you won't even know you are paying us back! Collateral is not required but a personal guarantee is. Why go to a bank if you can get the same product with a quicker funding time? Need funds for materials, inventory, expansion, or acquisition without having to wait 30 days?

BENEFITS & DRAWBACKS

✅Low rates
🚫May need to provide business & personal tax returns
✅Builds business credit
🚫Longer time to funding
🚫For clients with above average credit

QUICK FACTS AND REQUIREMENTS

Find out about our Unsecured Business Loans options today

$50,000 - $500,000
Loan Amount
1-15 years
Loan Term
Starting at 5.99%
Interest Rate
One to two weeks
Time to Funds
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Unsecured Business Loan FAQs


Unsecured Business Loans

The definition of an unsecured loan is a loan given only on the strength of a borrower’s credit, and is not backed up by any assets.

An unsecured line of credit is a low risk and convenient way to get capital for a small business. A company should have a strong credit history to qualify for unsecured business funding.

The loan amounts vary from $50,000 to $500,000, and the interest rates start at 5.99%. It typically takes a week or two to receive an unsecured loan, and the loan repayment term is from one to 15 years.

One of the best things about an unsecured loan is that it does not require collateral. Unsecured loans do require a personal guarantee, and they are typically awarded to those with above average or good credit.

This type of loan can also help a young business build credit, which is why many pursue an unsecured business line of credit for a startup.

Because there is no collateral required, business owners who want an unsecured line of credit should be prepared to supply business and personal tax returns, this helps the lender determine whether or not their loan is in good hands.

This is one of the areas that make unsecured loans preferable to secured loans. Secured loans can be restrictive when it comes to how the business can spend its money. Unsecured loans offer more flexibility, and do not limit a business’ spending to a certain purpose.

This gives business owners the freedom to spend on what really matters the most.

A smaller company can keep the power to make its own decisions. The only real restrictions are that an unsecured line of credit should not be used for gambling, purchasing securities, or participating in anything illegal.

Small businesses often use unsecured loans to take care of their payroll when they are experiencing a slow month or season. A startup might use unsecured funds to get a new office and computers, buy materials, or launch a new product.

Even more mature businesses may need a loan to renovate their store or expand to a new area.

It is difficult to get an unsecured loan with bad credit because there is no collateral, and the loan is awarded only on the strength of the borrower’s credit history.

Even so, some loan companies are more willing to work toward credit forgiveness. Contact us to find out more about our minimum requirements.

The most important way to qualify for an unsecured loan is to have a great credit score. A history of on-time payments and strong credit profile demonstrate financial responsibility, and will help you receive a better loan.

Most businesses that qualify for unsecured loans have been active for two or more years, and have a FICO credit score of 630 or more. This above average credit rating should be supported by financial documents such as the following:

  • Business and personal tax returns
  • An aging accounts receivable report
  • Any other financials requested by the lender

If a business has ever filed for bankruptcy, it can still qualify. All bankruptcies must be completely satisfied and discharged for a minimum of two years, and all tax liens must be on active payment plans.

The rate for a loan depends on a business’ financial stability as determined by the lender. The lender will consider a business’ credit profile to establish a level of confidence in the borrower’s ability to repay debts on time.

A small business with a good credit score and high profit margins will likely qualify for low rates. These rates may be higher if a business does not have a good credit score or high profits, because the additional cost adds a level of security for the lender. Use AMP Advance’s credit calculator to get an idea of what to expect from your rate.

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