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Business financing refers to using a third-party resource to provide funds to handle business costs. In general, business financing can refer to funds to cover the costs of anything from start-up expenses to closing costs, including (but not limited to) marketing, advertising, expansion, remodeling, equipment, personnel and more.
Most often, business financing will come from a traditional financial institution such as a bank or private investor.
If you are seeking business financing for a project (not start-up funding), AdvanceMe would like to encourage you to think a little outside the box. The product we offer, called a Merchant Cash Advance, is not a form of business financing, but it does provide easy access to working capital for qualified businesses. It is a simple solution that thousands of businesses use every day.
Business owners appreciate our Merchant Cash Advance because it is quicker and easier than a commercial loan. Because we are not offering traditional business financing, we can make decisions in days, not weeks. You don't need personal collateral. Our application is simple and our underwriting process is quick.
So think of this: if you had an easier way to get cash into your business and could reduce or eliminate many of the hassles associated with business financing, what would you choose to do? We like to think that you'd opt to keep it simple...and our Merchant Cash Advance is the perfect opportunity to encourage you to do so.
Look beyond the limits and the frustrations of business financing. Look into the opportunity and the flexibility you can get from AdvanceMe's Merchant Cash Advance and you could discover a better way to get the money needed to stabilize and grow your business.
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