Disclaimers and privacy policy for the L.A. Comeback Checks Program

Disclaimers and privacy policy for the L.A. Comeback Checks Program
The City of Los Angeles has engaged Community Reinvestment Fund (CRF) to assist with the implementation of the Comeback Checks Program. Please review the disclaimers and privacy policies below.


Applicants selected for funding must avoid a duplication of benefits with other Federal financial assistance. A duplication of benefits occurs when a person or business receives financial assistance from multiple sources for the same purpose, and the total assistance received for that purpose is more than the total needed.


Data entered on this application is secured. For more information, please see CRF’s privacy policy. The City of Los Angeles privacy policy can be reviewed at disclaimer.lacity.org/privacy.htm.


Current directors, officers, employees, and contractors of CRF and such individuals' family members (spouse, parents, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and spouses of children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren) are not eligible to apply or seek an award.


If awarded, please be advised that the business/applicant’s application information, name, statements, and other information provided during the award process may be used for promotional purposes in all forms and media and the business/applicant may be contacted by CRF, its agents and/or the program sponsors for such purposes. Until notified, applicants must agree not to share any status as a finalist publicly, including but not limited to all social media platforms, news media, or local publications.


Information provided through the application process is the responsibility of each applicant. Applicants will not hold CRF, its affiliates, members, partners, and staff liable for any losses, damages, costs, or expenses, of any kind relating to the use or the adequacy, accuracy, or completeness of any information loaded in the form.

It is recommended that before completing and submitting the online form, applicants save their answers in a separate backup document, as your work may not be saved if you leave the web page before submitting the application. You may also lose your work if your internet is disconnected, or as a result of other potential web browser issues. We cannot accept changes to your grant application once it has been submitted, so please review it carefully. You will see a confirmation page after the successful completion of this application.

It is recommended that you consult a tax consultant should you receive a grant for any tax determinations.

If your business is selected as a finalist, you will be notified via email with ten (10) days. Being selected as a finalist does not guarantee a grant will be awarded. As a finalist, additional documentation will be required, including but not limited to: previous year tax returns, Certificate of Good Standing from the California Secretary of State (if applicable), and a social security number (SSN, TIN/ITIN and/or EIN for the applicant and/or the business in order for us to perform the due diligence required by the program’s funding source.

This due diligence inquiry may include a background search that we will conduct at our expense. If the due diligence step is successfully completed, we will ask for W-9 and appropriate banking information so that we may transfer funds by ACH to your designated account.

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