Since reintroducing the original Merchant Cash Advance Starter Program in
With the MCC's knowledge and experience they can approve new files within 24 hours from receiving the complete submission. With a Starter
MCC's Starter Advance Program allows merchants to qualify for an advance between 10%-30% of their monthly gross income. Being a finically troubled business or a recently new business it's extremely important to monitor cash flow and profit levels of the company, this is why they have caped the advance amounts to protect the merchant, while allowing them to grow. Funding amounts can increase with each cash advance renewal as they become more stable.
With no application fees, fixed fees and no fixed payments, cash is available within 2 days or less, the Starter Program gives businesses an edge to allow them to stay ahead of their competition. The Starter Program allows businesses to get working capital for their immediate use.
Valeriy explains, "I have already been advanced over
Luis says, "My business has a wide range of needs for MCA programs. Troubled and new businesses always come across my desk, having an outlet for them really is a relief for myself and my team. I no longer submit a file for a traditional advance and wait for a decline. If they don't qualify for a standard MCA then I know Merchant Cash Cloud will step in to get my clients started. "
All merchants, requiring a business cash advance, can apply at http://www.merchantcashcloud.com/find-a-loan
To learn more about the "Starter Program," contact
MerchantCashCloud.com, a unique company that provides and collaborates with other financial institutions to acquire funds in efforts to advance businesses around the country with hopes of helping businesses grow to help the overall growth and stability of our nation. Merchant
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