Advertiser Disclosure

🏦 Get funded today with one of our top lenders for 2021

When You Should (& Shouldn’t) Return PPP Money & How To Return PPP Funds If It’s Not The Right Fit After All

    Chris Motola
  • 105 comments
  • Updated on:
Advertiser Disclosure: Our unbiased reviews and content are supported in part by affiliate partnerships, and we adhere to strict guidelines to preserve editorial integrity.
Chris Motola

Chris Motola

Expert Analyst & Reviewer at Merchant Maverick
An expert in personal and business loans and financial health, Chris Motola has been writing about small business finance and payments for over 5 years. He has been cited in various industry publications, including Forbes Advisor, GoBankingRates, and Medium. Chris is a graduate of the University of Central Florida.
Chris Motola
View Chris Motola's professional experience on LinkedIn.
Leave a comment

105 Comments

Responses are not provided or commissioned by the vendor or bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the vendor or bank advertiser. It is not the vendor or bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

    Susan

    Just thought this will help someone…if you received the ppp loan and you think you should then you can send it in Cashiers check to your lenders adress by mail.it should be delivered and signed for.i did same and it worked for me…I just received a payoff notice and am good now.

      Sandra garcider

      Hello someone told us that the government is given money to start a business my husband applied he did all the paperwork for us the money came later we hear it’s people who always have business
      We don’t have business we want to return the money back we try to get untouch with the ppp people but know way we still have the money pls how can we return it
      Because we don’t want any trouble

        Jessica Dinsmore

        Hi Sandra,

        The only way to “return” it is to pay off the loan with the money you received. You can try contacting your lender by reviewing the contract you signed for contact info, or by searching the web and social channels. Once you know where to send the payment, just pay it off in one full lump sum. Best wishes to you!

        More Comments

        Leave a Reply

        Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

        Your Review

        Comment moderation is enabled. Your comment may take some time to appear.
        Please read the "User Review and Comment Policy" before posting.

        Share

        Our unbiased reviews and content are supported in part by affiliate partnerships, and we adhere to strict guidelines to preserve editorial integrity. The editorial content on this page is not provided by any of the companies mentioned and has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities. Opinions expressed here are author’s alone.

        PPP & EIDL Are Not Your Only Options

        The SBA has expanded their loan portfolio and we have the list that no one else is talking about (yet) — Sign up for our newsletter to get your free copy!

        • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

        Sign up for the Maverick Newsletter

        • Please select topics of interest

        • We occasionally send out emails with special offers.
        • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.