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What is a default?
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Written by Tu Duong
Updated over a week ago

A default happens when you're slacking on making payments or breaking the rules laid out in your loan deal, leading the lender to officially call it quits on the loan. This could go down with various types of accounts, like banks, mobile phone companies, utility folks, and personal or business loans. Just so you know, defaulting can hit you whether you owe a little or a lot, and the reasons behind it can differ based on what the lender's set out.

But hey, we take defaults seriously. We get how it can mess with your business credit score. If you're having a tough time keeping up with your loan, hit us up ASAP. Let's chat and see if there are other ways you can pay up. Our main goal is to have your back and help you tackle your financial duties.

Remember, we're here to help in whatever way we can. Your money success and well-being are super important to us, and we're sticking to our promise to support you in handling your cash responsibilities. Reach out anytime – we're here to help figure things out with you.

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