5 Best Reasons to use Credit Card Factoring

Posted by Chris Curtin on Mar 24, 2016 in Credit Card Factoring | 0 comments

5 Best Reasons to use Credit Card Factoring

Credit Card Factoring gives retail and service business owners with significant credit card sales, quick and easy access to working capital financing. It is a relatively new business financing technique. Many know this by several other names, such as business cash advance, merchant funding, merchant account cash advance, or merchant cash advance. A Merchant Cash Advance or Credit Card Factoring is a type of funding which isn’t a loan. MCA refers to the lump-sum payment received by a business in exchange for future credit/debit card sales...

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What can a Merchant Cash Advance do for you?

Posted by Chris Curtin on Dec 1, 2012 in Business Tools, Credit Card Factoring, Merchant Cash Advance, Non-Notification Factoring, Working Capital | 0 comments

What can a Merchant Cash Advance do for you?

If you’ve been in the market for a loan or have gotten tired of bootstrapping your small business, there is another available option. It’s not yet well-known, but under the right circumstances is a viable route that’s worth taking a minute to understand. Here are the answers to small business owners’ most common questions regarding merchant cash advances. What is a merchant cash advance and which businesses might most greatly benefit: If you have a stable and robust business, but still can’t get access to...

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What is Credit Card Receivables Financing?

Posted by Chris Curtin on Jun 24, 2012 in Business Loan, Business Tools, Credit Card Factoring | 0 comments

What is Credit Card Receivables Financing?

Credit card receivables financing is a form of accounts receivable factoring, utilizing a merchant’s cash flow from credit card sales or banking accounts cash flows. The business gets the cash in advance. A system is set up to repay the cash advance through withholding from credit card transactions – refunding a portion of the cash advance every time a customer makes a purchase. Does your business qualify for credit card receivables financing? Do your customers use credit cards to pay for their purchases? Have you been in...

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