At Merchant Cash and Capital “Less Than Credit Worthy” Doesn’t Mean “No”

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MCC has just relaxed requirements for premium merchant cash advance programs for business owners with less than perfect credit.

Financing leader Merchant Cash and Capital, LLC is willing to take a closer look at small business owners with questionable credit worthiness and even poor credit. While others are saying no, Merchant Cash and Capital is always looking for ways to say “YES.”

Today, business cash advance leader Merchant Cash and Capital, is working with thousands of businesses with less than perfect credit, and in some cases poor credit, that other cash advance companies wouldn’t look at. MCC has innovative programs and processes that focus on the individual needs of its customers. Many small business operators that normally wouldn’t qualify for a cash advance are receiving capital from MCC for growth, new equipment or whatever their specific needs may be.

“We are in the business of creating financing options that make sense and help small businesses prosper. We’ll look as closely as we possibly can at the business and try to make things work out for all the parties,” said MCC CEO Stephen Sheinbaum. “We seek a partnership with our customers and look for solutions that make sense for both parties. Our objective is to make our products and services available to more small businesses in need of unsecured financing solutions at a time when traditional credit sources have made things nearly impossible.”

Since 2005, Merchant Cash and Capital, LLC has been one of the nation’s business cash advance funding leaders. MCC has provided approximately $400 million in financing to over 11,000 distinct customers and a total of over 20,000 advances.

For more information about Merchant Cash and Capital and its innovative small business-focused merchant cash advance programs, please call 1-866-792-9366 or visit its new web site at http://www.merchantcashandcapital.com.

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