Miami, FL, USA – October 14, 2020 – After ten years in the industry and four years as the CFO of 133 Approved Funding Inc, Roosevelt Morris facilitated the Capital funding division’s growth to a nationally recognized brand. Due to this, and many other achievements, he is proud to announce that he has been appointed as CEO of 133 Approved Funding Inc. “Strong leadership and forward-thinking business insight are what this company needs, and Roosevelt brings that to the table,” say representatives of 133 Approved Funding Inc.
As an insurance and finance executive for 15 years, Morris says he has seen many customers in desperate need of working capital to expand or save their business. Many banks turn them down for lending for several reasons. Some of these same banks are taking an even tougher line now with the pandemic’s ongoing effects. “The positive impact on the small business community will be the life needed to rejuvenate the economy,” says Morris.
And Morris is just the person to do that. He has helped hundreds of companies find funding with his partnership. With the Credit College launch on October 15th, Morris will be equipped to help more businesses than ever before. For more information, and to stay updated, on Credit College news, text ‘fundme’ to 26786.
Specializing in small business funding, and now offering international funding, they say “yes” when the bank says no. At 133 Approved Funding Inc., they guarantee that they will obtain the best and most funding applicants qualify for to grow their business. There is no hit on one’s credit, and it’s easy to apply by texting “FundMe” to 26786.
Learn more about 133 Approved Funding and how they can help at https://www.133approvedfunding.com.
About Roosevelt Morris
Roosevelt Morris, aka Doctor Funding. is an author, award-winning Finance and Funding Expert, Retired Marine, and the President/CFO of 133 Approved Funding Inc. Roosevelt has over nine years in the finance and mortgage business, with a driving tenacity for small business success in keeping with his Marine Corps creed of “never leave a brother or sister behind.”