Previously Recorded NFIB WEBINAR:
Is Online Lending Safe?
WEDNESDAY, April 19th, 2PM ET / 11AM PT
Before applying for any type of financing, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of the options available to you.
Join us as Sam Taussig, Head of Policy and Community Banking for online lender Kabbage, explains the online lending options available, best practices to find safe online lenders, and tools to understand the total cost of borrowing funds when comparing valid lending options.
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NFIB customers who qualify for funding through Kabbage will receive a $200 gift card. Apply now to see how much funding you can access.
In this age of identity theft, cyber criminals, scams, and misleading internet ads, it’s only prudent to have concerns about the security of any internet transaction. Because of this, some business owners may avoid online lending because they worry about the legitimacy and safety of these internet finance companies. Certainly, business owners may have even more concerns than average consumers. Read More
About the Speaker:
Sam Taussig has been involved in alternative credit since he experienced how micro credit offered enterprising Zambians a sustainable path out of poverty. Since 2007, Sam has promoted alternative credit across Africa, South America, Asia, the Caribbean, and rural America with a variety of non-governmental organizations, CDFIs, and the United Nations. Sam began working in government relations while helping small business owners navigate state and federal regulatory requirements at the Montana Community Development Corporation in Bozeman, MT. Before coming to Kabbage, Sam served as a special assistant to the Head of the United Nations in Indonesia working on upstream policy development using big data, project financing, political affairs, and bilateral diplomacy.
Sam is responsible for Kabbage’s interactions with state, federal, and foreign governments and community development organizations. He covers issues ranging from banking regulations to artificial intelligence, privacy, and corporate social responsibility.