How Do Our Merchants Use The Cash?

Here are some the most common ways to use the funds:

  • Inventory Purchases

    Inventory Purchases

    Stock up on all the things you need most.

  • Investing in New Equipment

    Investing in New Equipment

    Upgrade your equipment to the latest and greatest!

  • Remodeling

    Remodeling

    Does your space need a facelift? Attract more customers by remodeling.

  • Expanding locations

    Expanding locations

    Grow your business - branch out to different areas!

  • Paying off Debts

    Paying off Debts

    Get relief by paying off your taxes, credit cards, rent, or any other debts.

  • Anything!

    Anything!

    Use the cash for anything to benefit your business!

$5k to $300k Cash for your Business

How Does the Merchant Cash Advance Work?

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Call 1-800-722-GISO to speak to a funding consultant or complete this form and we’ll contact you.

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You’ll answer some simple questions and fill out a short application.

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We find the best cash offers for you and if you’re approved, money will be funded into your account in days.

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You pay back the advance seamlessly and automatically through a percentage (or a fixed amount) of your daily credit card sales.


To learn about the full Merchant Cash Advance program details and requirements, give us a call at 1-800-722-4476 or contact us.


How Do I Qualify?

Business funding alternativesUnlike traditional business loans, our Merchant Cash Advance solution has fewer requirements and is easy to understand. Some of the minimum requirements include:

  • Be in business for 1 year
  • Process credit cards for at least 4¬†months
  • If you don’t qualify for a Merchant Cash Advance, we offer a variety of traditional Business Loans as well. Call us to learn more or to find the best solution for your business

 

Who Uses Small Business Cash Advances?

  • Spas and salons (nails, hair, tanning, beauty)
  • Auto repair shops, automotive detailing
  • Restaurants and foodservice establishments
  • Convenience and liquor stores
  • Retail stores and boutiques
  • Professional services
  • Doctor, dentist and physician offices
  • Repair services
  • Hotel and lodging
  • Any business accepting credit card payments!