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Grow the Green Online with Kabbage

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It takes money to grow and now we have a new kid on the playing field. Only this field will allow you to harvest your online crops and grow the green! Meet That is cabbage with a “K” and I had the pleasure in interview Kathryn Petralia a Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Kabbage Inc. She was a delight and I know you will enjoy hearing this short segment while browsing the site. Listen to the archived interview

Meanwhile, a fellow eBay seller was one of the first to take advantage of this opportunity and she graciously shared her opinion with me:"When Kabbage first came on the scene it sounded like an interesting idea. I was sure I would never qualify in a million years because my credit stinks! I was able to meet the Kabbage representatives that came to the Ebay Radio Party in June 2010. When I got home I contacted them and they processed my information and offered me a $500 loan which I accepted (helped pay for that traveling). The process was painless and easy! The money was put directly into my Paypal account within an hour.

Since that original loan I have borrowed twice more from Kabbage. It has allowed me to travel to the special events and purchase quality inventory for my business. The payment process is easy too! The loan gets paid back within 6 months time, no long term debt hanging over my head.

Will I use Kabbage again? Oh Definitely! They are an awesome company to work with and customer service is fast and attentive! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!” Danni Ackerman, Visit her eBay store @ Udderly Good Stuff

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