The information is real-time, so there is no question about the status of their account.
Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) July 8, 2010
Last week, Business Consulting Options, LLC (BCO) launched an update to its website (http://www.BusinessLoanOption.com) which will allow merchant cash advance customers to easily and quickly log on to view account information. This addition is the first in several upcoming modifications to improve their site’s overall functionality.
Customers may now log in to view their account history, check their balance, and even apply for additional merchant cash advances through the company’s easy renewal process. For customers who have not yet logged in, all they need to do is visit the BCO site, enter their email address on file, and they will be issued password-reset instructions.
“Business owners are busy people. They don’t have the time to wait for an email response or make numerous phone calls just to check a balance or view their (account) history,” explains Jesus Diaz, Chief Operating Officer of BCO. “That’s why we’ve implemented our new secure log-in interface for our merchants. The information is real-time, so there is no question about the status of their account.”
Though the company was founded in 2009, Business Consulting Options, LLC has built quite a loyal customer base of merchants seeking viable alternatives to business loans. The company provides working capital virtually overnight to qualifying merchants. Customers may apply through a variety of channels and now even have more options with the company’s newly launched returning customer database.
About Business Consulting Options, LLC:
Business Consulting Options, LLC specializes in merchant processing and factoring for small business owners that cannot or choose not to rely on traditional bank business loans or lines of credit. The company also purchases receivables at a discount from Visa and MasterCard merchants. For more information, please visit http://www.businessloanoption.com.
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