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When does SBA.gov profile deactivate?

If you received any type of email regarding your SAM Registration, DSBS, SBA Profile, SAM Account or anything similar; follow these suggested steps:
  • Read the fine print at the bottom of the email before anything else
  • Be cautious clicking on links or downloading any attachments
  • Check the email address of the sender. Any email from the Federal Government ends with a “.gov” or “.mil, if not, then it is most likely a creative marketing email from a private organization offering services
  • Be highly cautious taking any immediate actions from incoming calls or emails regarding any of these topics
  • If you are unsure, feel free to reach out to USBRI for advice or assistance
A number of these particular emails seem to speak of a for-profit entity’s SBA Profile, DSBS Profile or some other possible creative measure in order to get a response from the email receiver. Either way, when a SAM Registration is created and goes active, the basic profile of that entity is pulled over from the active SAM Registration to establish these basic profiles within the SBA’s system (Small Business Administration). These SBA profiles NEVER DEACTIVATE. They can go ‘Inactive’ after an entity’s SAM Registration has been expired for 180 days. Then the system may purge dead records after 5 years.
 
These SBA Profiles only apply to For-Profit Entities that appear to have qualified for the Federal Small Business Certification per current Federal Regulations. If you are concerned about your Small Business Certification or Profiles, feel free to reach out and we can 
 
 
Easily Check Your SAM Registration Expiration Date by clicking the button below.

Do you qualify as a small business?

If you are interested in finding out your Small Business Certification eligibility, click the “Small Business Calculator” button below.

Is a SBA deactivation notification official?

If you received any type of email regarding your SAM Registration, DSBS, SBA Profile, SAM Account or anything similar; follow these suggested steps:
  • Read the fine print at the bottom of the email before anything else
  • Be cautious clicking on links or downloading any attachments
  • Check the email address of the sender. Any email from the Federal Government ends with a “.gov” or “.mil, if not, then it is most likely a creative marketing email from a private organization offering services
  • Be highly cautious taking any immediate actions from incoming calls or emails regarding any of these topics
  • If you are unsure, feel free to reach out to USBRI for advice or assistance
A number of these particular emails seem to speak of a for-profit entity’s SBA Profile, DSBS Profile or some other possible creative measure in order to get a response from the email receiver. Either way, when a SAM Registration is created and goes active, the basic profile of that entity is pulled over from the active SAM Registration to establish these basic profiles within the SBA’s system (Small Business Administration). These SBA profiles NEVER DEACTIVATE. They can go ‘Inactive’ after an entity’s SAM Registration has been expired for 180 days. Then the system may purge dead records after 5 years.
 
These SBA Profiles only apply to For-Profit Entities that appear to have qualified for the Federal Small Business Certification per current Federal Regulations. If you are concerned about your Small Business Certification or Profiles, feel free to reach out and we can 
 
Check your Federal Small Business Status now by clicking here
 
Easily Check Your SAM Registration Expiration Date by clicking the button below.

If you are interested in finding out your Small Business Certification eligibility, click the “Small Business Calculator” button below.

What Do You Need Assistance With?

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Is a SBA deactivation notice official?

If you received any type of email regarding your SAM Registration, DSBS, SBA Profile, SAM Account or anything similar; follow these suggested steps:
  • Read the fine print at the bottom of the email before anything else
  • Be cautious clicking on links or downloading any attachments
  • Check the email address of the sender. Any email from the Federal Government ends with a “.gov” or “.mil, if not, then it is most likely a creative marketing email from a private organization offering services
  • Be highly cautious taking any immediate actions from incoming calls or emails regarding any of these topics
  • If you are unsure, feel free to reach out to USBRI for advice or assistance
A number of these particular emails seem to speak of a for-profit entity’s SBA Profile, DSBS Profile or some other possible creative measure in order to get a response from the email receiver. Either way, when a SAM Registration is created and goes active, the basic profile of that entity is pulled over from the active SAM Registration to establish these basic profiles within the SBA’s system (Small Business Administration). These SBA profiles NEVER DEACTIVATE. They can go ‘Inactive’ after an entity’s SAM Registration has been expired for 180 days. Then the system may purge dead records after 5 years.
 
These SBA Profiles only apply to For-Profit Entities that appear to have qualified for the Federal Small Business Certification per current Federal Regulations. If you are concerned about your Small Business Certification or Profiles, feel free to reach out and we can 
 
Check your Federal Small Business Status now by clicking here
 
Easily Check Your SAM Registration Expiration Date by clicking the button below.

 

If you are interested in finding out your Small Business Certification eligibility, click the “Small Business Calculator” button below.

What Do You Need Assistance With?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Is a SBA.gov deactivation notification legit?

If you received any type of email regarding your SAM Registration, DSBS, SBA Profile, SAM Account or anything similar; follow these suggested steps:
  • Read the fine print at the bottom of the email before anything else
  • Be cautious clicking on links or downloading any attachments
  • Check the email address of the sender. Any email from the Federal Government ends with a “.gov” or “.mil, if not, then it is most likely a creative marketing email from a private organization offering services
  • Be highly cautious taking any immediate actions from incoming calls or emails regarding any of these topics
  • If you are unsure, feel free to reach out to USBRI for advice or assistance
A number of these particular emails seem to speak of a for-profit entity’s SBA Profile, DSBS Profile or some other possible creative measure in order to get a response from the email receiver. Either way, when a SAM Registration is created and goes active, the basic profile of that entity is pulled over from the active SAM Registration to establish these basic profiles within the SBA’s system (Small Business Administration). These SBA profiles NEVER DEACTIVATE. They can go ‘Inactive’ after an entity’s SAM Registration has been expired for 180 days. Then the system may purge dead records after 5 years.
 
These SBA Profiles only apply to For-Profit Entities that appear to have qualified for the Federal Small Business Certification per current Federal Regulations. If you are concerned about your Small Business Certification or Profiles, feel free to reach out and we can 
 
Check your Federal Small Business Status now by clicking here
 
Easily Check Your SAM Registration Expiration Date by clicking the button below.

 

If you are interested in finding out your Small Business Certification eligibility, click the “Small Business Calculator” button below.

What Do You Need Assistance With?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Is a SBA.gov deactivation notice legit?

If you received any type of email regarding your SAM Registration, DSBS, SBA Profile, SAM Account or anything similar; follow these suggested steps:
  • Read the fine print at the bottom of the email before anything else
  • Be cautious clicking on links or downloading any attachments
  • Check the email address of the sender. Any email from the Federal Government ends with a “.gov” or “.mil, if not, then it is most likely a creative marketing email from a private organization offering services
  • Be highly cautious taking any immediate actions from incoming calls or emails regarding any of these topics
  • If you are unsure, feel free to reach out to USBRI for advice or assistance
A number of these particular emails seem to speak of a for-profit entity’s SBA Profile, DSBS Profile or some other possible creative measure in order to get a response from the email receiver. Either way, when a SAM Registration is created and goes active, the basic profile of that entity is pulled over from the active SAM Registration to establish these basic profiles within the SBA’s system (Small Business Administration). These SBA profiles NEVER DEACTIVATE. They can go ‘Inactive’ after an entity’s SAM Registration has been expired for 180 days. Then the system may purge dead records after 5 years.
 
These SBA Profiles only apply to For-Profit Entities that appear to have qualified for the Federal Small Business Certification per current Federal Regulations. If you are concerned about your Small Business Certification or Profiles, feel free to reach out and we can 
 
Check your Federal Small Business Status now by clicking here
 
Easily Check Your SAM Registration Expiration Date by clicking the button below.

 

If you are interested in finding out your Small Business Certification eligibility, click the “Small Business Calculator” button below.

What Do You Need Assistance With?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

What is a SBA Deactivation Notice?

If you received any type of email regarding your SAM Registration, DSBS, SBA Profile, SAM Account or anything similar; follow these suggested steps:
  • Read the fine print at the bottom of the email before anything else
  • Be cautious clicking on links or downloading any attachments
  • Check the email address of the sender. Any email from the Federal Government ends with a “.gov” or “.mil, if not, then it is most likely a creative marketing email from a private organization offering services
  • Be highly cautious taking any immediate actions from incoming calls or emails regarding any of these topics
  • If you are unsure, feel free to reach out to USBRI for advice or assistance
A number of these particular emails seem to speak of a for-profit entity’s SBA Profile, DSBS Profile or some other possible creative measure in order to get a response from the email receiver. Either way, when a SAM Registration is created and goes active, the basic profile of that entity is pulled over from the active SAM Registration to establish these basic profiles within the SBA’s system (Small Business Administration). These SBA profiles NEVER DEACTIVATE. They can go ‘Inactive’ after an entity’s SAM Registration has been expired for 180 days. Then the system may purge dead records after 5 years.
 
These SBA Profiles only apply to For-Profit Entities that appear to have qualified for the Federal Small Business Certification per current Federal Regulations. If you are concerned about your Small Business Certification or Profiles, feel free to reach out and we can 
 
Check your Federal Small Business Status now by clicking here
 
Easily Check Your SAM Registration Expiration Date by clicking the button below.

 

If you are interested in finding out your Small Business Certification eligibility, click the “Small Business Calculator” button below.

What Do You Need Assistance With?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

What is a SBA.gov deactivation notification?

If you received any type of email regarding your SAM Registration, DSBS, SBA Profile, SAM Account or anything similar; follow these suggested steps:
  • Read the fine print at the bottom of the email before anything else
  • Be cautious clicking on links or downloading any attachments
  • Check the email address of the sender. Any email from the Federal Government ends with a “.gov” or “.mil, if not, then it is most likely a creative marketing email from a private organization offering services
  • Be highly cautious taking any immediate actions from incoming calls or emails regarding any of these topics
  • If you are unsure, feel free to reach out to USBRI for advice or assistance
A number of these particular emails seem to speak of a for-profit entity’s SBA Profile, DSBS Profile or some other possible creative measure in order to get a response from the email receiver. Either way, when a SAM Registration is created and goes active, the basic profile of that entity is pulled over from the active SAM Registration to establish these basic profiles within the SBA’s system (Small Business Administration). These SBA profiles NEVER DEACTIVATE. They can go ‘Inactive’ after an entity’s SAM Registration has been expired for 180 days. Then the system may purge dead records after 5 years.
 
These SBA Profiles only apply to For-Profit Entities that appear to have qualified for the Federal Small Business Certification per current Federal Regulations. If you are concerned about your Small Business Certification or Profiles, feel free to reach out and we can 
 
Check your Federal Small Business Status now by clicking here
 
Easily Check Your SAM Registration Expiration Date by clicking the button below.

 

If you are interested in finding out your Small Business Certification eligibility, click the “Small Business Calculator” button below.

What Do You Need Assistance With?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

What is a SBA.gov deactivation notice?

If you received any type of email regarding your SAM Registration, DSBS, SBA Profile, SAM Account or anything similar; follow these suggested steps:
  • Read the fine print at the bottom of the email before anything else
  • Be cautious clicking on links or downloading any attachments
  • Check the email address of the sender. Any email from the Federal Government ends with a “.gov” or “.mil, if not, then it is most likely a creative marketing email from a private organization offering services
  • Be highly cautious taking any immediate actions from incoming calls or emails regarding any of these topics
  • If you are unsure, feel free to reach out to USBRI for advice or assistance
A number of these particular emails seem to speak of a for-profit entity’s SBA Profile, DSBS Profile or some other possible creative measure in order to get a response from the email receiver. Either way, when a SAM Registration is created and goes active, the basic profile of that entity is pulled over from the active SAM Registration to establish these basic profiles within the SBA’s system (Small Business Administration). These SBA profiles NEVER DEACTIVATE. They can go ‘Inactive’ after an entity’s SAM Registration has been expired for 180 days. Then the system may purge dead records after 5 years.
 
These SBA Profiles only apply to For-Profit Entities that appear to have qualified for the Federal Small Business Certification per current Federal Regulations. If you are concerned about your Small Business Certification or Profiles, feel free to reach out and we can 
 
Check your Federal Small Business Status now by clicking here
 
Easily Check Your SAM Registration Expiration Date by clicking the button below.

 

If you are interested in finding out your Small Business Certification eligibility, click the “Small Business Calculator” button below.

What Do You Need Assistance With?

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Is getting SBA Certified worth it?

There are many benefits to being a certified small business with SBA, the main one being that your business is more likely to get chosen for federal contracts or grants. Check your eligibility status below using our Small Business Calculator!

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What does it mean to be SBA certified?

The Small Business Administration certification is part of a contracting program that helps small companies compete for federal contracts. The government sets aside some of its contracts (both competitive set-aside and sole-source set-aside contracts) for small businesses each year to limit competition. Check your Small Business eligibility by using our calculator below!

 

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