Washington State University Alum Adds Bankcard Empire to Area

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Bankcardempire.com/osc932 advances end-users the funds against their future credit card receipts. From there a mutually agreed-upon percentage is taken of the daily merchant's Visa/MasterCard receipts until full repayment.

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Now a part of the area's premier merchant card services is Bankcard Empire and the multitude of merchant related services now available to all those in need. Responsible for this newly introduced service is Margaret Vogt, a retired employee of Washington State University. Ms. Vogt, and her decades of business service and success will surely provide unparallel service and options to small business owners in need of merchant card services. Proud to be a part of the region's merchant service reformation Ms. Vogt plans to embed herself in the community and rapidly become the premier choice by new and existing clients when their needs turn to the merchant card business.

The amount of advance for the new merchants varies from $2,000-$150,000 and is based on the average of merchant's last 4 months Visa/MasterCard statements. The payback period is not fixed because it's based on the merchant's actual Visa/MasterCard receipts. Best of all, http://www.Bankcardempire.com/osc932 is not a bank; therefore, there is no interest rate. There is also no requirement of collateral, financials, tax returns, etc.

The process by which Bankcardempire.com/osc932 works is they advance end-users the funds against their future credit card receipts. From there a mutually agreed-upon percentage is taken of the daily merchant's Visa/MasterCard receipts until full repayment. As a newly styled form of repayment helps to redefine the lending process for small business it is sure to take hold is such areas of the country hardest hit by the economic turmoil like Miami, Cleveland, and Hartford.

For additional information please contact Margaret Vogt at 1.888.298.1888 or visit http://www.Bankcardempire.com/osc932.com.

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