The EIDL Forgiveness Coalition thought it wasn’t fair when restaurants got forgivable grants (RRF), whereas other businesses were not eligible and had to rely on an EIDL loan that they must pay back. The EIDL Forgiveness Coalition believes that all businesses should have the opportunity for loan forgiveness, and has launched the exclusive effort to demand that the U.S. government forgive all coalition members’ EIDL loans.
EIDL Forgiveness Coalition is an organization that works hard to have its members’ SBA EIDL loans forgiven for free. The SBA can be a pain to deal with, but having former SBA loan officers on staff makes obtaining a loan increase fast and stress-free.
The SBA increased the maximum amount of an EIDL loan to $2 million. Knowing this, the EIDL Forgiveness Coalition’s experienced group of former SBA loan officers is ready to assist members in increasing the size of their EIDL loans (up to $2 million). They have been the deciding factor between an SBA loan approval and decline.
Since 2005, the organization’s parent company, Pinnacle Minds Inc., has provided businesses with a variety of business solutions. Since the pandemic, they have expanded their expertise to include assisting businesses in obtaining and increasing their SBA EIDL loans as well as leveraging the collective strength of hundreds of thousands of their coalition members to demand that the U.S. government forgive all their coalition members’ EIDL loans.
EIDL Forgiveness Coalition aims to obtain forgiveness of all EIDL loans for its coalition members. They have recruited a large group of top attorneys in an effort to obtain forgiveness of all SBA EIDL debts for their coalition members. Through the top lawyers that the organization has engaged, they have assembled a coalition of businesses to demand that the government and SBA forgive the EIDL debts.
To join the coalition for free, and for more information, visit https://EIDLForgivenessCoalition.com.
About EIDL Forgiveness Coalition
EIDL Forgiveness Coalition is the exclusive national effort that retained a large group of lawyers to demand for the SBA and the U.S. government to forgive its members’ EIDL loans. Additionally, the EIDL Forgiveness Coalition has hired former SBA loan officers to help with loan increases for its members.