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*Company
Address
City
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*Phone
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Years in business
Average monthly Visa/MC volume
Average monthly Amex volume
Total monthly sales average
Type of business
Requested advance amount


Submission of this Quick Application does not create any sort of agreement between you and BankCard Funding. You are not required to take any actions as a result of your submission.

How a Merchant Cash Advance Works

BankCard Funding is a method of obtaining capital quickly for your business based on your monthly credit card sales.

Here's how merchant financing works:

  • BankCard Funding will give a busines cash advance up to one full month of your average credit card receivables, by purchasing a percentage of your future credit sale.
  • There are no personal guarantees and there is no set time frame on the payback of the advance.

The cash advance may be used for:

  • Additional working capital
  • Opening new locations
  • Renovation or remolding of your business
  • Purchasing new equipment
  • Advertising and marketing programs
  • Additional inventory purchases
  • Funding payroll
  • Emergencies
  • Cash flow needs for established seasonal businesses

Advantages of using a BankCard Funding Merchant Cash Advance

  • No fixed payments
  • Fast turnaround time
  • High approval rate
  • No collateral required
  • No financial statements or tax returns
  • Ongoing source of capital that is renewable as the advance is paid down
  • Growth capital for your business
  • Unlike a business loan, there are no cumbersome or costly paperwork for application

BankCard Funding is a direct funding company.
No brokers...no middleman...no fees...no kidding!

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