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Invest Sou Sou Alternative Financing

We build social banking APIs designed to help clients attract and retain customers from target market segments and create lending opportunities. Invest Sou Sou offers a suite of social banking products and services. We help bridge the divide between banks, women, minorities, and low-income communities. Building credit readiness for first-time homebuyers, supporting gig economy workers, and more.

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Invest Sou Sou Alternative Financing

We build social banking APIs designed to help clients attract and retain customers from target market segments and create lending opportunities. Invest Sou Sou offers a suite of social banking products and services. We help bridge the divide between banks, women, minorities, and low-income communities. Building credit readiness for first-time homebuyers, supporting gig economy workers, and more.

Benefits

Attract and retain customers from target markets

Create lending opportunities

Bridge the divide between banks, women, minorities, and low-income communities

Main Features

Lending circles

Intelligent lender matching platform

Social banking API

Primary Audience

Economic empowerment organizations

Low-income community-based organizations

Financial literacy and credit worthiness organizations

Banks and financial institutions

Benefits

Attract and retain customers from target markets

Create lending opportunities

Bridge the divide between banks, women, minorities, and low-income communities

Main Features

Lending circles

Intelligent lender matching platform

Social banking API

Primary Audience

Economic empowerment organizations

Low-income community-based organizations

Financial literacy and credit worthiness organizations

Banks and financial institutions

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Fonta Gilliam

Co-Founder & CEO

Invest Sou Sou

Banks overlook the thousands of prospective loan applicants because they do not fit into traditional credit risk profiles. This has created a deep divide between banks, women, minorities, and low-income communities.