Business Cash Advance Leader Starts A Facebook Campaign To Support Red Cross Disaster Relief

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Merchant Cash and Capital, LLC is donating $1 for every 'Like' received on its Facebook page to benefit those affected by Superstorm Sandy

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Hurricane Sandy put my business in a bind. Luckily, the folks at MCC were there for me and able to get me funding within 24 hours

On the heels of announcing its Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Program for small businesses, cash advance leader Merchant Cash and Capital, LLC announced today that it is expanding its assistance by supporting the Red Cross in its efforts to help those impacted by Hurricane Sandy get back on their feet. From now through December 7th, 2012, for every new ‘Like’ received on the Merchant Cash and Capital Facebook page, MCC will donate $1 to the Red Cross relief effort. MCC is working to raise the desperately needed funds to generally assist those impacted by Superstorm Sandy.

MCC has consistently supported relief efforts across the country in the past. The company stepped up in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irene and Katrina and the BP Oil spill. With the ravage left behind by Hurricane Sandy, Merchant Cash and Capital is increasing its support to affected communities and businesses in addition to industry leading cash advance services.

“Our entire organization is dedicated to lending a hand where we can so our donation to the Red Cross is a logical extension of what we have been doing for years,” said MCC CEO Stephen Sheinbaum. “Everyone in our company feels the impact of Hurricane Sandy whether it’s through family, friends or merchants we have worked with and we are uniform in our desire to help. We are excited about our new ‘Like to Give’ campaign because in just one simple click, anyone will now be able to help raise money and bring additional awareness to this important cause.”

MCC’s merchant disaster relief program:

  • Provides up to $250k in just 72 hours for qualifying businesses
  • Streamlines and expedites the underwriting process
  • Reduces documentation requirements
  • MCC will donate 1 % of each cash advance funded to Hurricane Sandy affected businesses to a charity of the merchant’s choice
  • Offers Hurricane Sandy affected merchants discounted rates for early payoff and pre-payments

“I really appreciate your rapid support in a time of need. It makes a big difference to my partners, our forty employees, and the community of women we serve. Getting access to capital quickly is hard in today’s economy – and in times of disaster, like with Superstorm Sandy – it’s even harder. So, in that regard, your help is especially appreciated. You’re filling an unmet need in the finance marketplace and doing important work,” said Carl M. of Linda’s Bras Online in New York.

“Hurricane Sandy put my business in a bind. Luckily, the folks at MCC were there for me and able to get me funding within 24 hours,” said Dominick, Owner of Dominick’s Bakery Café, Staten Island, NY.

About Merchant Cash and Capital

Since 2005, Merchant Cash and Capital, LLC has been one of the nation’s business cash advance funding leaders. MCC has provided nearly $500 million in financing to over 12,000 distinct customers. To help businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy, 'Like' Merchant Cash and Capital’s Facebook page and $1 will be donated for every new ‘Like’ to the page. MCC is encouraging people that already ‘Like’ the page to share with their friends and co-workers.

Merchant Cash and Capital is committed to helping people affected by Hurricane Sandy and urges our customers, partners, employees, and all of you to be part of this critical response. We are helping the Red Cross to provide everyone an opportunity to help people affected by disasters supporting American Red Cross disaster relief. To make a tax deductible gift to the American Red Cross click here
About the American Red Cross:

The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation's blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit

This donation will support American Red Cross 2012 hurricanes and other related storms, helping people affected by disasters such as Superstorm Sandy and Hurricane Isaac. On those rare occasions when donations exceed American Red Cross expenses for a specific disaster, contributions are used to prepare for and serve victims of other disasters.

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