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If you’re a small business owner who needs quick access to capital immediately, a Merchant Cash Advance (MCA) could be what you’re looking for. Also referred to as a Business Cash Advance, this type of cash advance a merchant can take is easily accessible and comes with flexible payment terms. Typical requirements like an excellent credit score or overflowing financial statements aren’t mandatory for merchant cash advance eligibility.
An unsecured business line of credit functions almost like a business credit card. You have a credit line from which you can draw funds at any time. If you’re carrying a balance, you’ll have a minimum payment. You only pay interest on the portions that you borrow. And when you pay off a part of your balance on time, that money becomes available again. This is because most business lines of credit are technically called “revolving” lines of credit.
A business term loan is what most small business owners think of when they hear the words “small business loan.” The repayment terms and fee structure are straightforward. Borrowers receive this money and agree to pay it back in regularly scheduled payments over a set period. The period is known as a loan term. You usually make monthly fixed payments for a set repayment term. These loans are more difficult to qualify for.
Say goodbye to long, complicated, time-consuming applications! We have a simple one page application process that can be completed in a matter of minutes. No more filling out paperwork for hours, if not days!
Even if you've been turned down by banks before, we will work with you to find a funding solutions for your business, regardless of whether or not you have been turned down for any reason, to include less than spotless credit.
After you've been approved, we fund you the same day so you can put your money to work immediately! Nothing on earth drives any of us more nuts than sitting around waiting for the approval process with most lenders.