Unsecured Business Loans Video

Transcript: Unsecured Business Loans Video

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With Wells Fargo’s Unsecured Business Loans, growing your business has never been easier.

Whether you want funds

-    to boost your marketing

-    to open a new location

-    or to purchase new technology

We are here to serve you every step of the way.

Whether you’re an established company or a company building or rebuilding credit with us, we can give you options with competitive pricing because we look at your banking relationship which is more than just your credit score.

At Wells Fargo, you have many options.

Apply for an Unsecured Business Loan online or by phone — it only takes a few minutes. Or first have a conversation with your banker to discuss your priorities and credit needs — they too can help you complete the application in just a few minutes.

Unsecured Business Loans are designed for today’s fast moving business environment. You can expect a…

-    Streamlined application

-    Quick credit decision

-    And fast funding — as soon as the next business day when deposited to a Wells Fargo checking account

Customize your loan to meet your cash flow needs. Loans are available in one- to five-year terms and up to $100,000 based on qualifications.

-    No collateral is required to open an unsecured loan

-    Your rate is fixed, which means it will not increase over time

-    And if you decide to pay the balance in full before the maturity date, there are no prepayment fees

We asked, we listened, and we focused on what was most important to you — fast, easy, convenient small business loans for today.

Apply online, or schedule an appointment to speak with your banker today and ask about an Unsecured Business Loan, which includes our Wells Fargo BusinessLoan® Term Loan and FastFlex℠ Small Business Loan.

Wells Fargo Works for Small Business is our commitment to helping small businesses in more ways than ever before. It’s the guidance, products, and resources small business owners need to take the next step for their business. To learn more about these tools, visit wellsfargoworks.com.