If you're looking to check who's received EIDL grants, EIDL loans, or PPP loans, the SBA has made recipient data publicly available. This has become important of late as the SBA has developed protocols for individuals or businesses who may have had their information used for an SBA grant or loan without their permission.
This information was outlined recently in the SBA Inspector General Identity Theft and Fraud Report. In response, we've built to search tools to help you look up EIDL Advances and EIDL grant recipients as well as for PPP recipients.
Three important notes to keep in mind:
- The data sets are from publicly available data from the SBA.
- You can search for your business or other businesses.
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How to Lookup EIDL Advance and Loan Recipients
If you're looking for EIDL advance or loan recipient info, you can check for your business or name here. You'll see results that include the type of EIDL distribution, the business name and address, and the total funding amount.
How to Lookup PPP Loan Recipients
If you're looking for PPP loan recipient info, you can check for your business or name here. You'll see results that include the type of business, the business name and address, and the total funding amount.
How to Learn More About SBA Identity Theft and Fraud
If you're looking for more information on the SBA Office of Inspector General Fraud Report, you can read our post which includes links to the official report. If you suspect you may have been the victim of identity theft, you can find out how to contact the SBA here.
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