Small business owners are often surprised of the new requirements to obtain commercial financing. Banks are still turning down applications in record numbers, that's why CashFundsFast.Com offers an excellent credit cash advance.
Even with near perfect credit, big banks require substantial collateral and a personal guarantee. What's more, small business loan rates are typically high and that is why this alternative lender is making fast up front merchant cash advance options available.
“While there has been a slight increase in small business lending; the large corporate banks aren't participating. Some lenders increased their loans to small businesses, namely those with
Lending guidelines have become increasingly strict in the wake of the Great Recession. Dozens of new federal banking regulations have gone into effect. Combined with those new laws is the fact banks are still trying to shake off the negative impact of the national economic downturn, reeling from defaulted small business loans, mortgages, home equity loans, auto loans, and other secured and unsecured loans.
The void in small business lending is being filled by alternative lenders who are interested in a company's current business rather than its past performance. These cash advance options do not require a credit check, collateral, and are based on monthly credit card receipts. Applying is simple, and approvals are given in just 24 hours.
“CashFundsFast.Com makes obtaining financing approval as fast and as simple as completing a credit card application. The goal of providing access to business grade capital swiftly and easily to small businesses across the country is realized through the alternative lender's release of its proprietary commercial funding system.”
Companies can qualify for
CashFundsFast.Com expanded nationwide services are now available in the following geographical areas:
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