If you’re a Second Draw applicant who received your First Draw PPP loan from a lender other than BlueVine, you’re required to submit your First Draw loan note when applying for PPP.
- The loan note is a contract that outlines the terms and payable interest applicable for a specific loan; it was provided to you when you accepted your First Draw PPP loan and must include the Small Business Administration (SBA) loan number.
If you do not have your First Draw PPP loan note, we recommend reaching out to your previous lender. If you cannot provide your loan note, we can’t process your PPP application.
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