BE A PART OF THE NAA worldwide CLASS act law suit against the sba
Attention: NAA Worldwide members and Small Businesses, it is time we hold SBA Small Business Administrator, Ms. Carranza, responsible for her mismanagement of the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program. The Federal Disaster Loan program was intended for small business owners, private non-profits, homeowners, and renters, not for rich billionaires and millionaires.
The SBA was instructed by congress to provide each small business with an advance of $10,000. Instead, the SBA provided only $1,000 per employee. Furthermore, there was no approval process required for small businesses to receive the grants and the grants were always intended to be forgiven. Even if the small business was denied a loan, they would have still been eligible for the $10,000 advanced grant but the SBA failed in this regard as well.
This is not what congress approved.
If you believe you or your business is a victim of SBA mismanagement of the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program and would like to join a major class action lawsuit against SBA Administrator Carranza, complete the form below for more information. Do not call NAA Worldwide office, we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Must apply by August 31st 2020
Serious commitments only. NAA membership may be required.