SBA loan numbers have the following format to help borrowers identify the SBA loan number of their first PPP loan: XXXXXXXX-XX (i.e. eight numbers followed by a dash and then two more numbers). PPP lenders should make SBA loan numbers easily accessible to their borrowers.
Moreover, how do I find my SBA number?
If you do not know your SBA Customer ID number, you may find it by doing a Small Dynamic Business Search from the CCR Home page (www.ccr.gov). On the search form, enter your EIN or Duns number and click on the “Search” button. If your firm is in the database, information will be displayed, including the Business Name.
Furthermore, how do I login to my SBA account?
All users of this system must read and agree to the U.S. Small Business Administration’s SBA.gov Rules of Behavior document prior to accessing the system. Enter your SBA.gov username. Enter the password that accompanies your username.
How do I look up an SBA loan?
How to check account status for existing SBA loan borrowers. Existing borrowers can use SBA Capital Access Financial System (CAFS) (caweb.sba.gov) to monitor the status of the following loan types: Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
The PPP First Draw SBA Loan Number is the number assigned to your approved PPP loan from 2020. Depending on your lender, it may be printed in the signed/approved loan documents you received when you got approval for your PPP loan.