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Question: How do I acquire additional approved applications, such as a Better Business Bureau Rating, a Dun & Bradstreet Number or Rating, a Federal EIN Number for my business, access to a professional database web site, a corporate business checking account with a VISA or MASTER-CARD, and online banking, or any other approved application that I need?
Answer: Since new federal laws took effect on October 1, 2011, which included modifying the Homeland Security Act and the Bank Secrecy Act, many applications are more technical in obtaining approval for either individuals or corporations. There are an average six documents now required to be in place before any of these types of applications are approved. You only have one chance to make a first impression with the approval process. If you wish to avoid the complexity of pre-approval of these types of applications and accounts, then use this purchase item so that our professional staff can start immediately on acquiring your approved application on your behalf.
Our proven procedures, which is billed at $99.38 per hour (with a two-hour retainer required to start), abide by all federal, state, and local laws to insure the confidentiality of your request, as well as to seek a pre-approval of the applications on your behalf. Although many applications with documents and items already in place can be approved within an hour or two, if your personal application process exceeds the first two hour retainer, then an additional one hour retainer of $99.38 will be required. Once your request is accepted, we will provide you with a confidential password protected area at our web site to begin the process.
Question: If I have additional questions, who do I contact?
Answer: We prefer to provide you with WRITTEN ANSWERS to maintain integrity of the information. If you make this purchase, we will provide you with private password access for questions and answers from our team. If you wish to ask basic and general questions, you can call the office at 406-534-0251 and ask for your union rep..