As part of our continuing objective to try and even out the playing field – or, battleground for those with an SBA loan default and need some background information, we will be posting videos, articles and commentary on some of the tactics and strategic mental impressions that lenders (and their lawyers), the CDC, the SBA and the DOT consider when dealing with an SBA loan default so that you can “know your adversary.”
Hopefully, by “knowing your SBA adversary,” small business borrowers, obligors and SBA personal guarantors can gain some leverage when dealing with an SBA loan default.
In this video clip, the Coleman Report representative discusses with a lawyer who represents lenders and bankers with their SBA loan issues regarding lender liability during the SBA Offer in Compromise process.
Check it out here: SBA Lender Liability Claims During the SBA Offer in Compromise Process
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