Articles by Amanda Kingsley

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Balance Letters, Payoff Letters, And Not Letting Go

June 10, 2016
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The following is a guest-authored opinion piece on the business financing space Everyone is struggling to keep their head above the water. Just imagine the scene in the movie Titanic. Currently we are in the scene where they zoom out to show the ship sinking slowly with more people in the water trying to survive […]

‘Twas the Day Before New Year’s for Funders

December 31, 2015
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‘Twas the day before New Year’s, and all through the floor The staff was busy catching up, but being pushed for more Submissions kept coming, most missing some stips The most simplest of standards, the brokers always miss The underwriters were dizzy, crunching numbers for hours Getting hustled for approvals because they hold all the […]

Negative Experiences and Character

November 17, 2015
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The holiday season is here and I wanted to share an insightful story of a time where a horrible job position made me realize a lot about the basic standards of conducting business My last call center position was at a huge customer service center for major retail online stores. This was my third holiday […]

Are Your Sales Methods Wimpy?

August 24, 2015
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Do you remember Wimpy? Some of you probably don’t but those who do remember Wimpy, remember him as being a silent scam artist who promised the famous phrase, “I will gladly pay you Tuesday for a Hamburger today.” He never adhered to that promise. I never ascribed cartoons to real life but we can learn […]

There’s No Room for More Competition

June 2, 2015
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In the next 6 months, (MANY) Broker Companies will start dying out. To the surprise of many, just when the Year of the Broker was in full bloom, chaos was forming on the horizon and the realization that there is no more room for “new” messes. Simply because we aren’t finished cleaning up and organizing […]