USFS Announces New Merchant Cash Advance Bad Credit Loan Program So Clients Can Access Quick Cash For Urgent Business Needs

Many businesses at one time or another find themselves in a tight cash situation and are in need of a loan where their credit is not ideal for a bank loan

April 17, 2018 —

U.S. Funding Solutions, Inc. has added a new lending partner to its financing sources to assist clients who are in need of quick cash for their business to meet urgent expenses, purchases, and business opportunities to secure a loan despite less than great personal credit. This new merchant cash advance bad credit program covers most businesses with reasonably predictable revenue receipts with the business owner’s credit having little to no impact on the business qualifying for the loan. Borrowers for this program would rarely qualify for bank financing. Salons, dental offices, auto repair shops, bars and nightclubs, other retail, used car dealerships, health companies are just a few types of businesses that often qualify. Unfortunately, commercial borrowers have little options securing a loan with poor credit according to USFS president, Ron Stone.

According to Mr. Stone, a 30 plus year business and finance veteran, “With the recent increase in bank loan underwriting requirements, the commercial loan market is in serious need of this type program.

Many businesses at one time or another find themselves in a tight cash situation and are in need of a loan where their credit is not ideal for a bank loan. This combined with volatile business conditions or serious competition is creating a significant amount of businesses in a cash shortfall position, usually short term, leaving many businesses with very few options and not much time to find a solution. That’s where we come in. With this addition to our very fast closing merchant cash advance bad credit program, we can often help these borrowers get through this stressful period to get their business back on sound footing or operating at a higher profitability level.”

Mr. Stone went on to say, “Many business owners are staring at the possibility of not meeting some critical obligations, sometimes even payroll and are desperately looking for a way to get through their cash crunch and even avoid a commercial bankruptcy, loss of business or even a mortgage default. This merchant cash advance program, aka business capital loan program ranges from $20,000 to well over $1,000,000 and can last as long as is needed by the business with proper servicing of the loan. For more on our merchant cash advance loans, visit our website. Lastly, we are available at 1-877-655-5625, 7 days a week.”

Contact Info:
Name: Ron Stone, President
Organization: U.S. Funding Solutions, Inc.

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Release ID: 331816

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