(603) 569-6500 is a Credit Score Scam
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- Transcript Are you looking for funds to expand and grow your business is your credit score above $500.00 Do you have real deposits are you a real business you're approved up to $750000.00 next day 150 percent of monthly deposits flexible terms competitive rates we're direct lenders use your funds for equipment taxes advertising or inventory anyway you to press 1 to be immediately connected to our loan experts Press 2 to be removed from our calling list text or call Chris at 603-568-0637 if scheduling a consultation serve you better thank you for listening and have a great day.
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