Apply for Paycheck Protection Program loans**

Apply for Paycheck Protection Program loans **

Through our simple, online application, Kabbage can help you apply for critical access to relief funds through the SBA.

Ready to apply for a PPP loan?

Make sure you have the right documents ready.

Want to know your PPP loan application status?

Log in and visit the SBA Loan tab of your dashboard.

Sell online gift certificates.

Offering gift certificates online is another way your customers can show their support right now. Sign up for Kabbage Payments™, and you’ll get a unique URL customers can use to buy gift certificates from $15 to $500.

Resources during COVID-19.

We know this is a challenging time for you, your loved ones and your business. Check out the resources available to help you navigate your business through the outbreak.

Get paid faster.

Use Kabbage Payments™ to sell gift certificates, send professional invoices or use a custom pay link to accept card payments online. Pay just 2.25% per card transaction through June 2020 and 2.5% per gift certificate transaction.³

Understand your cash flow.

Kabbage Insights™ lets you combine your business accounts into one place so you can understand your cash flow, eliminate any shortfalls and know when to make your next move.

Behind the Business.

Kabbage customer stories.

Helping small business owners reach their goals is the most important thing we do. Let our customers tell you how Kabbage has supported their businesses with flexible access to the capital they need.

Adam // Southern Lights Electric.

Tony // Coastal Concrete Construction.

Andrea // Satori Yoga.


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Kabbage Funding can approve you in minutes for up to $200,000 when we are able to automatically obtain your business data and verify your bank account. Lines of credit over $200,000 require a manual review. In some situations, errors may occur during the sign up process, or we may need to send micro-deposits to confirm your bank account for security purposes. If this is the case, it may take up to several days to provide you access to funding. Eligibility for 12- and 18-month terms is subject to availability and can change based on underwriting criteria. Changes in future term availability does not affect outstanding loans. Beginning July 1, 2020, Kabbage Payments customers will pay 2.9% + $0.25 per card not present transaction. There is currently a 2.5% payment processing charge per gift certificate purchase from our partners that facilitate the service. Credit lines and pricing are subject to periodic review and change, including line and pricing reductions, line and pricing increases, or line eliminations. Individual requests for capital are separate installment loans.

All loans are subject to credit approval.

**At this time, Kabbage is offering Paycheck Protection Program (“Program”) loans directly as an approved U.S. Small Business Administration (“SBA”) lender and on behalf of one or more approved lenders. Loan agreements will identify the lender to small businesses at signing, and any loan made under the Program must also be submitted to and approved by the SBA. Program funds are limited. Kabbage does not guarantee that applications will be processed and submitted before Program funding is no longer available. There is no cost to you to apply for a Program loan. Applying with Kabbage does not limit you from applying with other lenders, but you may only accept and sign one Program loan agreement.

Kabbage —not Cabbage—makes managing small business finances easy.



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The information provided through Kabbage Insights does not constitute legal, tax, financial or accounting advice, and should not be considered a substitute for obtaining competent personalized advice from a licensed professional. You should seek professional advice before making any decision that could affect the financial health of your business.