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As entrepreneurs, we understand that you need enough working capital to fund the many aspects of your business. Our value is in providing the capital you need today to maintain and grow your business for tomorrow and beyond.
The application process is straightforward and should take approximately five minutes. You can submit an application through our website to guide you through the process. Once we receive your full application and supporting documents, you will receive an offer within 24 hours.
- Minimum of six months in business.
- Minimum of $10,000 in monthly revenues.
- Your business is based in the United States.
It is your money for your business, so you can use it however you see fit. Many of our clients use funding to cover payroll, renovate, manage inventory, expand, purchase equipment, and a variety of miscellaneous business expenses. You are the expert in maintaining and growing your company, and we are the experts in getting you the money you need to do so. It’s a win-win situation.
This is one of our most frequently asked questions and the answer is YES! If you have poor personal credit, or even have filed previously for bankruptcy, we can still provide you with working capital. The qualifications are 1) you have been in business for at least six months and 2) your business generates sales in excess of $8,500 per month. In over 90% of cases, if you meet these two requirements, we can provide you with funding!
Typically, approval is within 48 hours after we receive your full application, but it can take up to 72 hours, depending on how quickly you provide the required information, as well as the amount of funding being
Usually within 24 hours after a contract is executed and received.
Technically, this is not a loan. We buy a percentage of your future sales, and advance you that money upfront. In exchange, you agree to pay us back out of those future sales.
No. You decide how much of the approved amount that you wish to receive.
We work with over 500 different industry groups in a variety of sectors, such as food service, health care, automotive, textiles, manufacturing, construction, technology, and retail.