Alternative, Collateral-Based Loans are Helping Main Street Thrive

by The Wall Street Geek on January 25, 2013

borro alternative asset based lender Alternative, Collateral Based Loans are Helping Main Street Thrive

Meet Paul Aitken, the CEO of Borro, in this week’s BlogTalkRadio show.

Borro is truly an innovator in the personal asset lending category. They lend upwards of $1,000,000 secured against unique personal assets.

Borro started in the UK in 2009, and quickly gained traction in the US. Their business model is simple, convenient and discreet and offers customers immediate access to cash without ever needing to leave their home.

The company has won several awards, and Paul has appeared on Bloomberg and CNN Money. Listen to our interview below:

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