>$100,000 from Freeman?@nmary wrote:
Ok. I am not sure if I should lower my blood pressure and just forget about the money owed (it was 100 reimbursement for food and 70 fee). My husband is out for the same amount too, so 340.00 for our family. How much are you all out? ( I was burned by Freeman too for 6 figures).
@Susan L. wrote:
Unfortunately, I have tried several options, and the criteria required to qualify does not match the small mystery shopping business model.
If the SBA can provide emergency money for individual little shoppers like me, they can provide emergency funding for individual businesses like hers.
She can get an emergency $10,000 advance on a PPP loan to pay her business expenses. She only needs a minimum 620-640 FICO score to be approved, and show she has been in business since January.
That she has not done so yet (from what she has indicated) and is now claiming her business model isnt set up for the emergency loans is disingenuous--unless her business model is based on denying shoppers prompt payment for services rendered.
I claimed the smallish amount that NSS owed me a few years ago. I am not sure but I think my tax guy just added it in as an expense on my Schedule C. Perhaps it was just my cost and not the missed fees. I don't remember.