Bloom Credit, the financial wellness platform that helps those that have been denied credit and loans to improve their financial eligibility, has raised $3M in venture funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that there were nine investors in the round. Investors in previous rounds include 500 Startups, Slow Ventures, Resolute Ventures, Kindred Ventures, and Kevin Weatherman. Founded by Corey Kaplan and Matt Harris in 2016, Bloom Credit has now raised a total of $6.9M in reported equity funding. AlleyWatch covered Bloom Credit’s Seed round last fall.
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