Jeff Sekinger and Tyler Bossetti have a rather interesting offer that you can use to make money, especially online. Specifically, they’ll teach you how you can acquire around $50,000-$150,000 worth of business funding, at zero interest rate, even if all you have right now is just a business idea and nothing else. Sounds too good to be true, right? I feel that way, too. So what’s the catch? Do we need a good credit number for this to work? And can this apply to everyone who has a business idea? All these questions, and more, we will attempt to answer in this 0 Percent review.
Jeff Sekinger, in his advertisement for this program, starts explaining this program with this statement, “Business never worked for me. And I tried for over a decade, in high school, and then in college, and then again in the corporate world when I worked for the biggest bank inside the United States. And it never worked because I didn’t have the oxygen to actually run the business. And what I mean by oxygen is I didn’t have the capital in order to either start the business or I didn’t have the capital to scale the business. And it wasn’t until I learned one secret about financing that everything changed.”
Jeff then continues, “And this one secret allowed me to start a business, scale it to multiple six figures, I was able to quit my corporate banking job and continue to use this secret over and over again. And now I have multiple businesses that make me millions of dollars a year. And this one secret is called ‘strategic zero percent financing.’ Now that’s a phrase that I actually coined and I figured it out through trial and error. And it allows you to start a business using other people’s money, without giving up equity, and we don’t even have to pay to use their money.”
“And it also doesn’t lower your credit score, and it’s also almost unlimited amounts of funding because you can do this on multiple businesses, several times a year. Which is absolutely extraordinary. Now this secret has not only worked dozens of times for myself, but it’s also worked for thousands of our clients across the United States, where we have been able to help them secure tens of millions of dollars of strategic zero percent business credit. This way, they can create the income and lifestyle they desire.”
Jeff then finishes this advertisement with this statement, “Now you may be wondering who this worked for and would it actually work for me. And the good news is it works for just about anyone inside the United States regardless of if you have a business or you do not have a business. Because this type of financing works for new businesses and preexisting businesses. And you can use the capital for just about anything that you desire, okay? And even better, this is the same exact information and program that has helped me get out of my job along with thousands and thousands of our clients.”
At this point, Jeff then reveals the name of the actual online course. It’s called Funding Secrets. As stated earlier, the online teaches you how you can secure plenty of funding for your business from outside sources, even if your business is still conceptual. Included inside are lessons about various topics like, how to start an entity that qualifies for maximum funding, how to optimize your personal credit score, how to bypass the banks’ denial triggers, how to get 0% interest credit and keep it that way for 3+ years; how to execute the perfect funding sequence, and more. The Funding Secrets online course costs around $300 to join, plus there’s an upsell for an additional $300 if you want additional tips and tricks.
Jeff also claims that, due to the nature of the strategy, only a hundred people are eligible for this information, and that once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. Seems like it creates another fake scarcity scenario, but the information that it gives you could prove to be very useful, especially for small businesses. Personally, I’d take one if given the chance. Though I’m not really sure if there are some risks associated with the methods taught by this online course. I sure hope not.