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This offer is submitted by the undersigned to compromise a claim of the Small Business Administration resulting from a loan to the above borrower which is now fully due and payable and for which I (we) am alleged to be liable.

Guarantor unconditionally guarantees payment to Lender of all amounts owing under the Note, as limited below. Guarantor must pay all amounts owing under this Guarantee when Lender makes written demand upon Guarantor. Lender is not required to seek payment from any other source before demanding payment from Guarantor.

Guarantor unconditionally guarantees payment to Lender of all amounts owing under the Note. This Guarantee remains in effect until the Note is paid in full. Guarantor must pay all amounts due under the Note when Lender makes written demand upon Guarantor. Lender is not required to seek payment from any other source before demanding payment from Guarantor.

As required by 15 USC 637(a)(20) (a) and 13 CFR Part 124.601, please provide SBA with a list of any agents, representatives, attorneys, accountants, consultants and other parties (other than employees) receiving fees, commissions, or compensation of any kind for purposes of assisting the Participant in obtaining a Federal contract. Failure to provide this information is good cause for SBA to initiate proceedings to terminate your 8(a) Program participation.

Certificate of Leverageable Capital and Regulatory Capital

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation. We recognize that small business is critical to our economic recovery and strength, to building America's future, and to helping the United States compete in today's global marketplace.

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Whether you are a new business owner or a seasoned professional, a solid understanding your target market and current economic conditions is key to your business' growth and success. Here you will find a collection of resources providing free access to business and economic statistics collected by the U.S. Government.

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