WHAT IS A MERCHANT CASH ADVANCE?
A merchant cash advance is an advance on future credit or debit card sales. The lender often forms a partnership with credit card companies and collects a percentage of each sale. Payments are a percentage of each sale so repayment is not a burden when business is slow.
As Little As 24 Hours
1.14 - 1.45
Until Advance Amount Is Paid
2,500 - 1,000,000
Pros & Cons
Quick access to funds
Easy approval process
Wide range of business purposes
Bad credit is acceptable
Higher fees than traditional loans
Payments reduce daily cash flow
Would your business be eligible for a merchant cash advance?
If you have little or no collateral, limited business history or a low credit rating, merchant cash advances could be a solution to your financing problems.
Merchant cash advance providers tend to have easy eligibility standards, so most small businesses shouldn’t have a problem qualifying.
For businesses that make a big portion of their revenue through credit card payments—if you own a restaurant or a retail store, for example—then you can use a merchant cash advance as a short-term financing tool.
It can help with working capital, inventory purchases, debt payments, unexpected payments, and more.
Most Businesses Who Qualified Had:
TIME IN BUSINESS
5 Months Minimum
Voided Business Check
Profit and Loss Statements
Business Tax Return
Personal Tax Return
Business Debt Schedule
Applying Does Not Affect Your Credit!
Disclaimer: The above information is provided as a guideline. Some loan conditions may fall outside of these parameters. We recommend that you speak with one of our advisors before taking any course of action based on this information.
Merchant cash advance is a quick, easy way to get a business cash advance with no need for collateral—even if you don’t have a great credit score. A quicker alternative to more traditional funding methods. This can allow merchants to sidestep the lengthy approval process of other loan types and borrow cash against future sales. In fact, an MCA isn’t technically a loan, but rather, as the name suggests, a cash advance.