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Hello All, 


I was wondering if anyone has ever had any experience with the company “Business Funding Partners”? Their site is located at business funding partners.com. They claim to be able to help with building business credit by posting trade lines on your Experian and equifax business credit reports. I have been getting emails from one their associates for a few years and they seem legit. I have actually never tried purchasing something from them, but after talking with one of their associates Ronnie, they seem to at least know about what they are doing.


I was just wondering if anyone has ever heard bad things about the company or any of its associates? Has anyone ever had success with this company or success with any other company like it. 


Best Regards to All and thank you in advance for any of your replies. 

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10 hours ago, Brealestate99 said:

These would be for trade lines that are not mine. Why? Not getting many replies .

You are not getting many replies, because the purchasing of tradelines is not something that CreditBoards endorses.   It is fraught with danger and a fraudulent way to attempt to enhance your creditworthiness.

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 I just want to thank you for giving me some guidance on this particular company. I am new to this forum. I am new to building business credit. I was seeking a loan to grow my company and that is how I received  or came across the information and business funding partners company. I certainly would not want to work with a company that does anything illegal. I’m glad that this forum does not endorse illegal activity. I am especially grateful to you velvet Hammer for any guidance you can give me and have given me so far. Thank you again!


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Kind investors often expect a 20 to 25% return on their investment in your firm.Kind investors often expect a 20 to 25% return on their investment in your firm. Venture capitalists may be willing to accept even greater risk. For example, if the product is still in development, an investor may require 40% of the company to compensate for the considerable risk it is taking. This is a high risk in my opinion, and I would recommend it if only there are no other choices. It's always better to get small business finance, which is available almost for everyone, and you will not have to share the profit with investors.

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