When you get an email from your bank that asks you to fill out a PPP loan application, you’re not going to be able to just type “yes” or “no” on the screen.
If your bank doesn’t give you a PPL, it’s likely they’re not expecting you to take out a loan.
That means the loan application you received is invalid.
To fix this, you need to fill it out correctly.
This article is a guide to understanding how to do this correctly.
If you’re unfamiliar with how PPP loans work, we’ve put together a quick guide to the loan process.
This tutorial will help you fill out your PPP application properly, and it’ll also help you avoid fraud.
How to Fill Out Your PPP Application Correctly