BlueVine

BlueVine

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What is BlueVine?

Founded in 2013, BlueVine’s mission is to empower small businesses with innovative banking designed for them. BlueVine offers a suite of products designed to meet the diverse financial needs of today’s business owners including BlueVine Business Checking Account, Line of Credit, Term Loan, and Invoice Factoring. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, BlueVine has provided small and medium-sized businesses with access to more than $2.5 billion in financing and is backed by leading private and institutional investors. All lines of credit and term loan products are issued by Celtic Bank, a Utah-chartered Industrial Bank, Member FDIC. All banking services are provided by The Bancorp Bank, Member FDIC.

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28 March 2018

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Thursday, March 29, 2018

Simply put: BlueVine cannot be trusted. Just as many of the other reviews on here state, I had a very poor experience with BlueVine denying draws on credit lines that are established already for arbitrary reasons. I've never had this issue with any other lender. BlueVine seems to care only about driving new signups and not actually allowing existing customers to utilize their credit lines even if they are in great standing. Their focus is on signing up new companies (likely to improve their growth numbers), but once you are a customer they decline draws and refund to honor existing lines. It's almost like a ponzi scheme where they are simply wanting to show "growth" to investors but then refuse to actually lend once they get businesses to trust them. If you have a small business and establish a credit line and expect to be able to reliably draw from the established credit line consistently, I would run far away from BlueVine and stick to other lenders.

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