Austin, TX, February 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The vast majority of financial institutions require a social security number to open and account, especially credit card accounts. However any foreigner can create a U.S. corporation with the help of The Personal CFO or on their own and then obtain a Federal Tax ID number. The Tax ID number takes the place of a social security number allowing the business to open accounts and build credit. However, only certain institutions will extend credit without a personal guarantee or social security number.
The Personal CFO has access to hundreds of lenders who do not require a personal guarantee or social security number.
The president of The Personal CFO, David Disraeli says, "We now have access to hundreds of lenders who do not require a personal guarantee or social security number to apply for credit." Some of the credit types offered include: unsecured credit cards and credit lines, purchase order financing, receivables financing, real estate, and equipment.