Merchant Advances

If you don't take credit and debit cards - head to our Titan Cash Plan page for unsecured business loans.

STOCK PURCHASES
REFURBISHMENT
CASH FLOW
EXPANSION

MONEY AVAILABLE NOW!
If your business takes a minimum of £3,500 in debit/credit card takings per month - we can advance you up to 100% of these takings.
Therefore, if you take £10,000 a month you could receive an advance of £10,000 within days of your application.
Advances are from £2,500 to £250,000.

Approval is usually provided in less than 7 days; with over 90% of applications being approved. There is no fixed final repayment date, repayment is made via the agreed daily % of card takings.

TESTIMONIAL FROM Mr. R.R. (Restaurant owner in the Midlands):
"...during quieter periods, it is invaluable to have some cash flow assistance. The Merchant Advance has been invaluable to us....."

Merchant Cash Advances are often used as a complementary source of finance, alongside a traditional, longer term, bank loan or in support of equipment leasing.

They can be used to cover the cost associated with the refurbishment of premises, stock purchases for retailers, business expansion investments and many other growth opportunities.

HOW IT WORKS:
These advances are based on your monthly credit and debit card takings.
Repayments are made daily - via the agreed percentage, which is normally around 15%.
So on good trading days you pay slightly more on quieter days - less.

There is no need to change your merchant provider - so no extra expense is incurred for new machines etc.

Call us now on 01483 608698 for an informal discussion or send an email to: merchantadvances@coramassociates.co.uk

STOP PRESS! FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR SOUTHERN IRELAND AS OF JUNE 2016!

NO NEED TO CHANGE YOUR CARD PROVIDER
NO BLACK BOX REQUIRED
NO SECURITY IS REQUIRED - THIS IS AN UNSECURED FACILITY
NO BUSINESS PLAN/P&L/CASHFLOW IS NEEDED
NO LATE PAYMENT FEES
PAY THE ADVANCE BACK ONLY WHEN YOU MAKE CARD SALES

If a cash advance is not for you - why not click on our TITAN CASH PLAN page for an unsecured business loan?