Leesburg, OH, August 21, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- AEX Commercial Financing Group has issued a new series of Special Reports focusing on avoiding fake articles about commercial loans. The AEX Reports describe several inappropriate and unethical uses of internet content in which the website owner does not have permission to use the published information. As noted by AEX, the trends described in these reports can also be seen throughout the internet community for a wide variety of subjects such as real estate investing, business opportunity financing and credit card processing.
One of the AEX Business Financing Reports identifies the major trouble signs to be alert for and suggests two practical strategies for avoiding fake articles about commercial mortgage loans and other commercial loans. Another AEX Report goes into more depth about suggestions for avoiding fake article sites.
According to Stephen Bush, Founder and Chief Executive Officer for AEX Commercial Financing Group, "The growing presence of fake articles about commercial loans and working capital funding should be a serious concern for commercial borrowers. At a minimum, a fictitious article about business finance topics such as commercial mortgages and business opportunity loans is likely to result in confusion. In some cases, incorrect business financing decisions might be based on inaccurate articles."
AEX is based in Ohio and provides specialized help for small business loans and business cash advances throughout the United States. More detailed information is available at AEX websites regarding their services. Please contact Steve Bush at AEX Commercial Financing Group to obtain personalized and candid working capital financing advice.