LoanBuilder Reviews, Loan Options and FAQs

Learn more about LoanBuilder with customer reviews, loan options and frequently asked questions.

Updated on July 1st, 2020

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LoanBuilder is a small business lending service from PayPal that provides working capital loans and other types of funding to small businesses.

Loan Options:

LoanBuilder loans are available in any amount between $5,000.00 and $500,000.00. Repayment terms vary from 13 to 52 weeks, depending on the size of the loan.

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LoanBuilder
Review:

Pros: Available in all 50 states. No origination fee.

Cons: Minimum 550 credit score to qualify.

Bottomline: LoanBuilder offers a variety of term loans for small businesses that want to borrow money without paying high fees.

Key Information:

Legal Name

PayPal, Inc.

Founder

Ed Harycki

Founding Date

Mar 01, 2006

Address

3505 Silverside Road, Wilmington, DE 19810 United States

Number of Employees

23200

Number of Customers

305000000

Email

customerservice@loanbuilder.com

Telephone

1 (800) 347-5626

Website

https://www.loanbuilder.com/lb/home

FAQs:

Is Swift money legit?

LoanBuilder loans are serviced by Swift Financial LLC, a subsidiary of PayPal and financed by WebBank, Member FDIC.

What is PayPal LoanBuilder?

Loan Builder is a small business lending service from PayPal that provides working capital loans and other types of funding to small businesses.

How do I find out if I am eligible for a LoanBuilder loan?

To find out about your eligibility, go to LoanBuilder website and click "Check Eligibility." You can fill out the online form and submit it to learn more about your options.

What is the LoanBuilder funding code?

The funding code is a number that is printed on materials that may have been mailed to you by LoanBuilder. You can use this code online to quickly check your loan eligibility.

Can I use my Swift Capital login to access my LoanBuilder account?

Although LoanBuilder is owned by Swift Capital, which is a subsidiary of PayPal, they have separate login portals. You can log into your LoanBuilder account. The GetSwift Capital login is only for Swift branded products.

Are there any alternatives to LoanBuilder?