Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP)

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Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) Application Walkthrough Video for Businesses with Employees - First Draw Loans

Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) Application Walkthrough Video for Businesses with Employees - Second Draw Loans

Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) Application Walkthrough Video for Non-Employers (1099 workers, etc.) - First Draw Loans

Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) Application Walkthrough Video for Non-Employers (1099 workers, etc.) - Second Draw Loans

How do I log into the Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) PPP application?

Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) will have you set up a password and username during the application process. The username will be the email address you used to apply for the PPP loan. If you do not remember your password, simply click the “Forgot Password” button and an email will be sent to the email associated with the account with directions to reset it.

How do I return to my unfinished Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) PPP application?

Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) will have you set up a password and username during the application process. The username will be the email address you used to apply for the PPP loan. If you do not remember your password, simply click the “Forgot Password” button and an email will be sent to the email associated with the account with directions to reset it.

How do I know if my Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) PPP application is complete?

Once the application has been finished, you will receive a notification inside the application stating “You’ve Successfully Submitted Your Application” and will allow you to click a button marked “Go To My Portal.” If your application is not complete, you will receive a notification via email detailing the necessary next steps to complete the application process. Once you log back into the application, you will be able to see the current status of the application if submitted or the necessary next steps to submit your application.

How do you search your email to find messages from Lendio? (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP)

To search for email messages from Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP), simply navigate to the search function inside your email and type in Lendio (one word). (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP).

This will pull up any and all correspondence from your lender.

How do you log back into your application after you’ve applied for the PPP with Lendio? (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP)

Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) will have you set up a password and username during the application process.The username will be the email address you used to apply for the PPP loan. If you do not remember your password, simply click the “Forgot Password” button and an email will be sent to the email associated with the account with directions to reset it.

How can I check the status of my application with Lendio? (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP)

To check the status of your application with Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP), simply log into your application. Once you have logged into their system, you will be able to see the current status of your application or the necessary next steps in order to submit your application for processing.

What is the email address that Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) will use to send correspondence about my application?

All emails associated with Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) about PPP will come from the address customerservice@lendio.com. Here’s a couple of tips per email carrier on how to make sure these do not end up in your spam.

Gmail 

Desktop – in the upper right-hand corner click on the 9 dots next to your profile icon, in the drop-down select contacts, click ‘create contact’ in the upper left corner and then ‘create a contact’. Enter in the first name as Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) and the email above, click save

Mobile – inside the mobile application, click on the 3 lines in the upper left corner. Select ‘contacts’ from the drop-down under the section Google Apps. Click the blue plus sign in the lower right-hand corner and enter in the first name as Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) and email address as shown above)

Yahoo 

Click the contacts icon on the right-hand side of the inbox, scroll to the bottom of the drop-down and select ‘new contact’, enter in their first name as Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) and email address as shown above.

Hotmail 

In the Windows Live Hotmail main window, click the Contacts link, this will take you to the Contacts page. Select ‘new’ and enter in the first name as Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) and the email as shown above.

Outlook 

Select the ‘people’ icon in the lower left-hand corner, then ‘new contact’ and then enter in the first name as Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) and the email as shown above.

What documents will I need to provide for the Lendio (Lendo is not a lender, but they partner with SBA-approved lenders to help businesses access PPP) PPP application?

  • Full-color copy of government-issued ID for all owners with 20%+ share in the business. 
  • Voided check from the payroll bank account of your business
  • January 2020 bank statement
  • February 2020 bank statement
  • 2019 or 2020 full tax return

The following are required for certain business types:

S-Corp, C-Corp, Partnerships choose one:

  • IRS Form 941 
  • IRS Form 944
  • 2019 or 2020 Form W2 for all employees

Sole Proprietors, Eligible Self-Employed individuals, Independent Contractors:

  • IRS Form 1099-MISC

LLCs choose one:

  • IRS Form 941
  • IRS Form 944
  • 2019 or 2020 Form W2 for all employees
  • 1099-MISC for all contractors

Nonprofits, Veterans, and Tribal Organizations choose one:

  • IRS Form 941
  • 2019 IRS Form 990 Part IX
  • IRS Form 944 (if 944 is selected, also ask for IRS 944 Written Permission)
  • 2019 or 2020 Form W2 for all employees

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