Western Wall Capital

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Western Wall Capital
IndustryLoan Agency, Finance
Founded2022; 0 years ago (2022)
FounderNaor Nativ
HeadquartersLantana, Florida
Number of locations
14
Area served
123
ProductsPayday Loans, Installment Loans, Bad Credit Loans
Websitewesternwallcapital.com

Western Wall Capital is a loan agency established in 2022 by Naor Nativ, an American-Israeli entrepreneur.[1] The company is headquartered in Lantana, Florida, and is best known for offering a variety of loan services at low interests and commissions.

The company was established with the aim to help people get easy access to loans be it payday loans, installment loans, car title loans, or business loans, even those with bad credit. Currently, Western Wall Capital is operating in two major U.S. states - Florida and California.

History

Western Wall Capital was founded by 2022 entrepreneur Naor Nativ, a serial entrepreneur with extensive experience in the industry. He has gained recognition for running a successful loan service franchise and a marketing agency. Nativ is also known for his prowess in the digital technology field, where he has developed iOS apps and ran a number of well-known businesses like Glamoro International and Apollo Group LLC.

Nativ started WWC with the goal of assisting individuals and businesses in and around South Florida with their financial needs at the lowest APR possible. In a short period of time Western Wall Capital has expanded to 12 locations throughout South Florida.[2] The company has also secured funding of 3.1M dollars which it will use to further its reach across the country.

Products and services

Western Wall Capital offers a range of loan services, including payday loans, installment loans, car title loans and business loans.

References

  1. "Western Wall Capital LLC - Crunchbase Company Profile & Funding". Crunchbase. Retrieved 16 April 2022.
  2. "Western Wall Capital Upgrades its Loan Offerings for Customers Across South Florida". MarketWatch. Retrieved 16 April 2022.

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