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10 Uncommon reasons for needing a business loan

Business loan requests are sometimes for unusual reasons.   We will review 10 uncommon reasons for needing a business loan.    If your business needs funding for any uncommon reason, contact us.  Complete the Online Application.  Contact us at the number below.
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10 Uncommon reasons for needing a business loan:

Natural Disasters, floods, fires

Losses due to natural disasters are probably the most expensive for businesses. Businesses need money after being hit by a natural disaster.  This can be Tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, fires, drought, wildfire, hail, blizzards, oil spills and extreme winters. Businesses may need working capital to cover the cash shortfall because of disasters like these.   FEMA helps many business owners, yet is either too slow for some businesses or cannot help at all.

My business is being sued.

If a business is being sued, it may need money to hire an Attorney and go through the litigation process.   Expenses can be $10,000 and as much as hundreds of thousands of dollars.  There are different types of lawsuits that a business may be sued for that they need funds to defend.

Other types of lawsuits businesses face:

A) Being sued for Malpractice.

Businesses in the Healthcare field are usually the primary targets of malpractice lawsuits they need money for.   Other industries sued for Malpractice include Accountants, Consultants, Construction Companies, Retail Businesses and businesses that need a professional license.   A business may need a loan or money to pay for Malpractice or a Malpractice lawsuit.

B) Business being sued for not fulfilling contract

Businesses are sometimes sued if their contract is not completed correctly. This happens in the Construction industry, and many other industries also.   Many companies need money or a business loan to fulfill a Contract.

C) Business being sued for Copyright infringement

Businesses can be sued for many types of alleged copyright violations.  Copyright lawsuits happen often in the music and entertainment industry.   Trademark disputes,  intellectual property lawsuits and others are the basis of suits.   Businesses need money or a business loan for Copyright infringement lawsuits.

Need money to relocate business

Business relocation requires significant funding.   The bigger the business,  the more relocation will cost.   Relocating is a big expense for any business.   Many businesses need money or a business loan to relocate.

Partner Buyouts or Owner Buyouts.

Businesses often have more than one owner.   Sometimes multiple owners do not get along and one or more Partners want to leave.   Because of this, a buyout of the Partner or buyout of an owner may be needed.   A business owner may need money or a business loan to buyout another partner as a result.

We need a business loan to meet new City, State or Federal regulations.

City, State and Federal Regulations change over time.  Businesses sometimes have considerable cost to comply with regulations.  A company may need a business loan to meet new regulations.

10 Uncommon reasons for needing a business loan
Uncommon reasons for needing a business loan







The last 5 of 10 uncommon reasons for needing a business loan below:

Need a business loan for training and licensing requirements.

Business may have to provide training to all of their employees or meet new licensing requirements.    A business loan will probably also be needed for updated licensing and training.   City and State offices also have information on licensing and training requirements.


Theft causes sudden losses.  Companies need a business loan to recover from customer theft, employee theft,  shrinkage, and also loss of inventory.    A business loan and also a line of credit covers businesses from lost cash flow.

Major Accounting Errors

Businesses have cash flow problems because of mistakes made by Accountants as well as Bookkeepers.
Math errors are probably less frequent mistakes.  Accountants also incorrectly take deductions and file the wrong type of Return.   They may not tell the business owner to increase their estimated quarterly payments either.   These errors cause a higher tax liability.   The business then needs to get a business loan to pay more taxes because of Accounting Errors.  Your Accountant can provide Quarterly reviews to avoid cash flow hardships.

City Infrastructure Repairs.

Cities, Counties and States do extensive street and road repairs.  This also includes Sewer work, pipes and cement work.   States make Bridge and Highway repairs that also affect traffic exits and main roads.  Retail stores are also affected by these County or State Road repairs.  Retail stores located on a main road with major construction work are also devastated.  Businesses therefore need a business loan to also makeup for a loss of Sales and lower cash flow.

Need a business loan to hire overseas technical workers.

Industries cannot find all of the workers they need domestically, so as a result, they must also hire workers from other countries.  Technical fields are another industry that also has difficulty hiring skilled workers.  Hiring workers from overseas is a big expense.  Therefore, companies may need a business loan to pay for the cost of hiring overseas workers.

Thank you for visiting this resource.  Visit 10 uncommon reasons for needing a business loan in the future for especially relevant information on unique loan requests.   Contact us for your business loan needs.

The best Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation Programs

The best Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation Programs

Many businesses have short term daily or weekly repayment advances, known as Merchant Cash Advances.   The repayment on these advances are short term, usually between 2 and 18 months.   Some businesses have several advances with daily debits at the same time.  This is causing significant cash flow problems for many businesses.  The following is an overview of how the best Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation Programs work.  There are also cash relief options as well as some less desirable options.

Consolidation programs are being offered by some alternative funders to improve or rescue businesses from cash flow emergencies.  Getting this help is sometimes the difference between the life and death of some businesses.
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There generally are 4 basic types and approaches of  MCA Merchant Cash Advance Consolidations.   This includes cash flow relief and debt settlement company options.

Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation Type 1:

This approach is a true effort to reduce the daily payments business merchants have to make.   The Consolidation or “relief”  lender covers the payment of the Merchant’s existing advances by depositing the weekly total of their daily payments into the Merchant’s business checking account once per week.   The consolidation lender then debits a lesser daily amount than the daily total of the Merchant’s other advances.   This reduced daily repayment for the Consolidation is normally between 20% and 50% lower than what the Merchant is currently paying.

The repayment of the lower amount usually continues for a few months longer than the remaining time the merchant is scheduled to pay the existing advances.   The Consolidation lender reduces the daily payments for the Merchant by extending the term of the debt.   This arrangement gives businesses cash flow relief.  For this type of financing, complete the contact information below.

The following is an Example of how this 1st type of Consolidation works:

Acme, Inc. has 3 daily repayment Merchant Cash advances.   Each has a balance of $25,000 and will continue for 20 more weeks.    The daily payment on each is $250 for a total daily payment of $750.    This equals $3,750 per week and $15,000 per Month on average.
For this type of cash flow relief type Consolidation, the payments are usually reduced in the 25% to 50% range.   Let’s assume a 50% reduction is offered.   The lender will be referred to as the Consolidation lender.

The Consolidation lender deposits $3,750 once per week into the Merchant’s account. The Merchant then begins repaying the Consolidation lender $375 per day instead of $750.  This saves the Merchant $375 per day, $1,875 per week and $7,500 per Month.   The Merchant continues paying 40 more weeks.

The benefit to the Merchant is that they have improved their monthly cash flow by $7,500 per Month.

The best Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation Programs
The best Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation Programs.

Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation Type 2:

The second type of Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation is less common.  It is a true Consolidation.  The business Merchant provides the Consolidator the total payoff balances of all of their existing advances.   The Consolidator verifies the payoff and then pays off the existing advances.  The Merchant then begins to repay only the remaining one Consolidation debt.  The Merchant also pays the Consolidation lender for a longer period of time.   This allows the Consolidation payment to be lower than what the Merchant had before.

The following is an Example of how this Type 2 approach works:

Acme, Inc. has 3 daily repayment Merchant Cash advances.   Each has a balance of $25,000 and will continue for 20 more weeks.    The daily payment on each is $250 for a total daily payment of $750.    This equals $3,750 per week and $15,000 per Month.
In this type of cash flow relief Consolidation, the Consolidation lender pays off each Merchant Cash Advance for a total of $75,000.   The Merchant then begins paying the Consolidation company.  The amount and terms of the repayment are lower,  as in the 1st Example of $375 per day.   The term is now 20 weeks instead of 40.

Merchant Cash Advance Debt Restructuring Type 3:

In this case, a Merchant has several merchant cash advances and is having trouble repaying them. The Merchant either cannot qualify for the weekly cash flow reduction and Consolidation program, or wants a different option.

The Merchant still must have cash flow relief.    In this method,  the Merchant contacts their existing MCA Merchant Cash Advance lenders directly.  The Merchant tells the Merchant Advance companies that they soon will not be able to continue paying the daily payments. They need a pause or reduction in the daily payment, or both.  Some Merchant Advance companies are more receptive to this request than others.   Each request will be considered on a case by case basis and the final decision will be at the discretion of the lender.

It is important for the Merchant to make a strong case for a reduction or pause in payments.   They cannot be too demanding but they must give strong reasons.  The Merchant Cash Advance lender must know the Merchant truly has short term cash flow issues it won’t survive.   By addressing the problem now, the Merchant and Merchant Advance company both win.  The Merchant can be put in a position to repay the remaining advance,  and the Merchant Advance company will can be repaid.  If an agreement cannot be reached, the Merchant will miss payments or default.

Merchant Cash Advance Debt Restructuring or Consolidation, Type 4:

Debt Restructuring companies or options can be considered the last and most dangerous for Merchants.  This should only be considered if the Merchant cannot get a Consolidation program and is not able to renegotiate better sustainable repayment terms with their existing advance companies.

In most cases the Advance companies will work with the Merchant as much as possible to reach a workable solution.    If that does not happen, the Merchant may be forced to consider remaining alternatives.

There are a few final options:

Type 4A:

The Merchant has talked with their Merchant advance companies and could not come to an agreement to reduce or pause payments enough.   They determine they cannot continue to make the payments much longer.   The Merchant can hire a business Attorney to negotiate a settlement or reduced payments with the Advance companies on their behalf.

Type 4B:

The Merchant contracts with a 3rd party Debt Settlement company.  This option may be the least desirable of all the options because debt settlement companies may take actions that are not in the Merchant’s or Merchant Cash Advance company’s interest.

A Debt Settlement relief company often tells the Merchant they will get the daily payments to stop and tells the Merchant to sign a contract for them to negotiate with the Merchant Advance Companies.   The Merchant is often told to begin paying the 3rd party debt settlement relief company instead.   They may tell also tell them to close the business checking account from which the daily payments are being debited and open a new account at another bank to pay them.   This is almost always a major mistake and may cause both the Merchant and Merchant Advance companies the worst problems.

Debt Settlement Relief Company Pitfalls

These scenarios may cause several major problems for the Merchant.   The Merchant cash advance contracts are always between the Merchant and the advance companies, not the Debt Settlement companies.   The MCA companies are under no obligation to talk to or agree to anything the debt settlement companies are asking for.   Knowing this, some debt settlement companies call the Merchant Cash Advance companies, tell them their customer cannot repay and the Merchant Cash Advance company better accept a very low settlement amount rather than get nothing.   The Merchant may have begun making payments to the debt settlement company and may still not be much better off than they were before, if at all.

What is a Certificate of Judgement?

The Merchant cash advance company may have a COJ, certificate of judgement.   If the Merchant closes their business checking account from which the daily payment is debited, it often considered an immediate default per the contract.   The Advance company may be able to get a Court judgement within  1 to 2 days.

This judgement is used to debit funds from any account the Merchant has with any bank.
The Debt Settlement company should be concerned with this.   They may only be concerned about the contract they have with the Merchant to pay them now.   The debt settlement company may provide little or no assistance to the Merchant to deal with these consequences.   Payments are made to the debt settlement company in the short term leading up to the Merchant being hit with severe actions by their existing Merchant Advance companies.

With some of this information, consumers whose businesses have Merchant Cash Advances may be able to better determine the best Merchant Cash Advance Consolidation programs or cash relief programs they should choose. Merchants should do further investigation on their own.   Each situation and contract may be different and call for different decisions and actions.


Alternatives to Merchant Cash Advance

Alternatives to Merchant Cash Advance

March 23, 2017.  There are several types of business loans that are alternatives to Merchant Cash Advance and ACH bank loan.  Many businesses can qualify for these other options.  Call us for several other options to the daily and weekly repayment merchant cash advance loan. 
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What are alternatives to the Merchant Cash Advance loan and ACH daily repayment loans?

Businesses may qualify for several options that are not daily repayment loans as well as weekly repayment loans.   They include Factoring,  Real Estate backed loans, Business Lines of credit,  and an asset based loan.

Most frequent Requests and calls include the following:
We want another option to the merchant cash advance.  Other calls include:
“I need another loan instead of the Merchant Cash Advance”
“I don’t want a daily repayment loan”, or “no daily repayment”,
as well as “I don’t want a merchant cash advance”.   Many callers
will just say they “want a monthly payment loan”

Other options than the Merchant Cash Advance

Other loans besides MCA Merchant Cash Advance:
Monthly Repayment Business Loans.
Accounts Receivables financing
There are significant benefits to the Accounts Receivables financing, also known as
factoring.   The  biggest benefit may be that it is not a loan.   Another big advantage is
that they are not really an advance of future receivables.  Your business is
not getting money now in advance of money it will earn in the future.
In fact, it is the opposite.

With Factoring, your business gets money that
it already earned and is owed for a relatively small fee, between 1.5% and 5%.   There
is no daily or weekly payment, since your business is getting money that
is due to it.
Asset based loans and asset based business loans.
These loans are almost all monthly repayment loans and normally begin
with terms starting at 12 months to 60 months.   Some have even longer terms, especially if they include Real Estate.
Real Estate backed loans
As mentioned above, Real Estate backed asset backed business loans will be monthly payment loans, not daily or weekly repayment loans.

Get a different business loan than the Merchant Cash Advance MCA or ACH business loan

Businesses that have been denied by a lender for an MCA Merchant Cash Advance may have to get a business loan another way.   Consider one of the options above.   You can call
one of the representatives to discuss the options.   Call us at Tel: 919-771-4177 and a representative will be glad to discuss which options may be best for your business.

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What is Factoring? Factoring Invoices


What is factoring?

Factoring lets business get money immediately against their Invoices.   Businesses often have to wait 30 days or longer to get paid on their invoices.   Factoring pays companies between 70% and 85% of the invoice total right away.   Once the Invoice is paid, the remaining amount is paid less the fee.

Help your company’s Cash flow, Expansions, New Markets, Working Capital, Advertising, New Employees, Inventory, Raw Materials, Staffing, Taxes, Equipment Acquisition…..or ANY REASON!
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Get Cash using Invoices.


  • Get up to 85% of the value of the invoice now.
  • Don’t want to wait to get your money?   Now you don’t have to.
  • Improve your company’s cash flow immediately.
  • Use the money to begin new projects sooner.   Those new projects can also be paid faster.
  • Tough Deals are routinely done.
  • No Upfront Application Charges.

1 – 2 Day Approval Process.  Generate more Revenue in your business!

Factoring Invoices
Factor Invoices for Money

In factoring, cash is paid against your invoices.   The factor fronts your company the money today so your business does not have to wait 30 to 60 days until the invoice is paid.  The charge is between 1% and 5% of the invoice.   The amount depends on the strength of the company paying the invoice.

Your business generates revenue by using cash, not waiting for companies to pay your invoices. Turn untapped cash in your company’s invoices into cash today. Credit requirements are easy to qualify for.  Just a 1 page application and list of your company’s invoices is all that is needed to get started.

What is Factoring? Factoring Invoices

Do I Qualify for Factoring?

    • Your business has invoices outstanding.
    • The Company paying the Invoice is an established company.   If so, they are likely already factor for other companies like yours.
    • Invoices as low as $5,000 can qualify.

Consider our most frequent requests by callers:
“How do I get factoring?”.  Callers also make other common requests.
“We need factoring” and “Tell me about factoring”.  Other callers also ask, “Tell me about factoring”, and “We want information on factoring”.

Frequently asked questions

Why Factor?

Factoring is financing that allows a business to get most of what is owed to them on invoices within 1 or 2 days after they send the invoice.   Many businesses have to wait 30 days or longer to be paid on invoices.  This financing cuts down this time frame dramatically.

Question: How much can I qualify for?
Answer:  It depends on the amount of the Invoices that can be factored.  A company that has $100,000 in Invoices that can be factored often gets $75,000 to $85,000 within a day or two.

How soon can we be funded?
Once your account has been set up, invoices are normally paid within 1 to 2 days.

My business is only a few months old.   Can we still qualify?
Yes.  The age of your business is not important.   It is on the company that is paying the invoice.

Question: How important is business and personal credit?
Answer:  Personal credit and business credit is not important for the company that is waiting to get paid on their own invoice.

Thank you for visiting our resource page!   For more business loan resources, visit the SBA for business loan preparation and other valuable information. 

Asset Based Loan

Asset based loan

Get a business asset based loan for working capital, cash flow, consolidation of other loans, advertising, new employees, inventory, raw materials, expansions, staffing, taxes, equipment acquisition, new markets.    Borrowers can use the funds for any reason.
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Get Cash Against Assets (Such as Real Estate, Equipment, Accounts Receivables, and more).  Use this asset based loan to get significant working capital that you can use in your business immediately.

  • Fast and Easy process.   Short Online Application and closing.
  • Little documentation.
  • Bad credit and tough deals are often approved and closed.
Asset Based Loan
Asset based Loan for Businesses

Does my Business Qualify for an Asset Based Loan?

    • Assets are free and clear.
    • Assets are valued at $20,000 or more each.
    • Business is active and generating revenue.
    • If your business has Commercial Real Estate with more than 55% equity,  the
      Real Estate may be eligible to obtain a larger loan.

Most frequent requests by Callers:
“Need an asset based business loan”.  “What is asset based financing?” and “need an asset based business loan”.  Other requests include “need an asset based loan”.

What is an asset based loan? 

FAQ’s – Frequently asked questions and requests

“Help me get an asset based loan”

This is a loan that holds the assets of the owner as collateral.   The assets are either Real Estate, Equipment, Accounts Receivables, Stocks and Bonds, Cars and Boats, in addition to Jewelry or other items.   The loan is normally used to get cash or working capital.   A lien is often put on the collateral by the lender.   Once the loan is paid off, ownership goes back to the borrower.  Therefore, the lien process is similar to a traditional car loan at a bank.

Question: “Need an Asset based business loan”.   How can my company get one?
Put together a list of assets your business owns.  Submit the list and determine how much working capital you can get.


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Canadian small business Loans

Canadian Small Business Loans

Small business loans for businesses in Canada.   Canadian Business bank statement loans and Accounts receivables financing are offered.  Several alternative Canadian small business loans most businesses can qualify for.
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What type of alternative business loans can I get in Canada?

Canadian companies can find alternative working capital loans available in the United States.

The main option is a Canadian business bank statement loan.

The company’s business cash flow is how they can qualify.  The business needs to have the following:
– $15,000 per Month in deposits each of the last 3 months.
– 5 or more deposits per month.
– An average daily balance of $2,500 or more.

Canadian Small Business Loans
Small Business loans for companies in Canada

How do I qualify for a business loan in Canada?

Review the alternative business loans for businesses in Canada on this page.   Decide which option you may qualify for.   Complete the Online application above or call and talk to a representative and discuss which loan option might be best for your business.

December 8,  2016 – for immediate release, Toronto, Ontario.  Ontario Metal Design closes a $250,000 business loan through    President John Deaver spoke to Senior Management in a Quarterly meeting.  “Great Lakes Manufacturing is pleased to announce the completion of a $250,000 Commercial Line of Credit.   We will expand Metal extraction services in Ontario.   Extraction in Northern Ontario will begin as well as hiring field employees and adding equipment.   We will pay the loan down through higher revenues, then draw as future needs arise.  Revenues are forecast to increase by 25% within the first 12 Months, and 50% within 24 Months due to expansion of operations.  We continue to expand our relationship with”

Canadian Accounts Receivables financing

After a Company’s products have been delivered or services rendered to another company, they send an invoice for payment.  Canadian Accounts Receivables financing funds about 75% of the face value of the invoice is paid immediately to the company issuing the Invoice.   When the paying company pays the invoice, the last 25% is paid minus a service fee.


Easy and Fast Canadian business loans
Canadian business loans


Most frequently asked questions and requests

– “I need a Canadian business loan”, or “looking for a Canadian business loan”.   Some email requests include a “loan for a Canadian business”.

Alternative loans for Canadian Companies give companies ways to correct cash flow issues.   Lenders call them “business loans in Canada”, or “business loans for companies in Canada”.

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Bank Statement Business Loans

Bank Statement Business Loans

Bank statement business loans for your business.
– No minimum credit score options for many programs.
– No Collateral needed.

– Provide the most recent 3 months complete business checking account statements and the application, below.
– Just 4 months time in business needed.

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Get a bank statement business loan today using your company revenues.  Many businesses have strong cash flow and are still turned down because of bad credit and lack of collateral.

Turn your decline into an approval with our programs.   Get approved for the Capital your business needs using just the last 3 months business bank statements and online application above.

Bank Statement Business Loans
Get an easy and fast business loans through your bank statements

Start Now!

Bank Statement Business Loan features and benefits: 
– 1 day approvals common.  Easy approval.  Fast closing.
– Provide just the Online Application and last 3 months business checking account statements. 

– Every business has Cash flow.  Almost all businesses can prequalify based on their Cash Flow.  
– Very high approval rate.
– Large business loans also available. Programs for business loans over $100,000, 250,000 and $500,000.
– Daily, weekly and monthly repayment options available for many businesses. 

Other bank statement business loan features:

Up to 125% of a customer’s total monthly deposits may be approved.  If your business has average monthly deposits of $100,000, then an approval up to $125,000 is possible.  Higher credit scores, a longer time in business and higher daily balances will usually result in a higher approval amount.

How to qualify

– Provide a Signed and dated application online.
– Send the last 3 months complete business bank statements from the main business account.  Return September 2016, October 2016 and November 2016 business bank statements along with the application.
– For amounts over $250,000, include the most recent 6 months business bank statements and the most recent business tax return.

Other bank statement business loan benefits
– No prepayment penalty for some programs.
– Tax Liens < $100,000 may be accepted.
– Most programs require only 50% ownership required.
– Soft Credit pull for some programs.

Business line of credit style use.   The business can use the line and repay when they want to repay during the month.   The customer can then use the line again right away or it can also be left idle until it is needed again.    Annual or quarterly financial statements are not needed for bank statement financing, also known as an ACH Business loan.

Frequently asked Bank Statement Business Loans Questions:

Question:   Are there different products of the same type offered?
Yes, different products of the same type are offered.   Callers have many requests. Requests include a “business loan using bank statements”,   a “bank statement loan for business”, and “bank statement financing”.  Callers also request a “business bank statement loan” and a “loan based on bank statements”.

Question: What is the maximum we can get? 
Answer: The bank statement business loan line size depends on the total dollar amount of deposits per month, the average daily balance and time in business.  Other factors are whether the business has any existing short term advances.

Is this product available in Canada and the U.S.? 
Answer: Yes.   This product is available in Canada as well as Puerto Rico.

How long does funding take under the bank statement business loan program? 
Approvals usually take about 24 hours.  Funds are transferred to your business checking account within 24 hours of closing.

What are the repayment terms? 
The repayment terms are between 3 Months to 24 months.

Are Overdrafts and NSF’s allowed?  Yes,   A Maximum of 5 Overdrafts per month, or 5 NSF’s per Month are allowed.

Thank you for visiting our bank statement business Loans resource page!

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America’s Small Business.

10 Problems you may be causing your business – and how to fix them

10 Problems you may be causing your business.

March 23, 2017.  The following is a list of 10 problems you may be causing your business.  They may not include other major problems businesses face.  This list touches on some long standing problems businesses face in addition to advances in Technology.

Not understanding your customers well enough

You have a great product and service.  Just pass the information to an audience waiting to hear it.  Not quite.  You need to understanding your customer’s problems, goals, and priorities.  What do they think they need for their business to prosper quickly?   What do they see as their biggest needs and problems?  Understand this and you will do well with customers.  Your customers will feel your business has the skill and competence to solve their issues.

Make your customers feel like they are the most important ones in the world.

Not Selling Effectively

Not selling effectively is a consequence not understanding your customer’s needs properly. If your business does not have a correct and full understanding of your customer’s problems and needs, your customers will not be very interested in your products or services.  Continue to improve your sales skills and learn how to sell effectively.    Find resources to help your company continue to improve sales skills.
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Not doing proper follow up is a major mistake in business. Your business must  have a system in place for the correct people to do follows up with new and existing customers.  If you have new prospects and did not close business with them on the initial call, you want to follow up with them.   Many businesses effectively use an E-Mail marketing systems.   These may be most effective with existing customers.   Simple followup with new prospects is often is one of the most effective ways to get new customers.

Not keeping up with Technology

Many business owners don’t keep up with technology well enough.  Some keep up with some aspects of trends but there many technology advances and updates that business owners miss.  Subscribe to technology groups, websites and magazines.   Get important updates through E-Mail or on your phone. These can help your company with technology, Marketing, Sales, Manufacturing, Accounting and other updates.

Rejecting Criticism

Many business owners reject most, or all criticism.   There are several reasons embracing some criticism is helpful.  You don’t have to agree or accept all the criticism or feedback you receive.     Much of it is unfounded and may come from friends or acquaintances that don’t know enough about your business.   However, sometimes it may have validity  and be things you haven’t thought about.  Keep an open mind and you may hear important ideas of how to improve your business.

10 Problems you may be causing your business
10 Problems you may be causing your business




On to the last 5 of 10 Problems you may be causing your business.

Check out your competition

Many business owners do not keep track of their competition.   Your way is not the only and best way to run your type of business.  There are important things you should know. Have new companies recently entered your industry?   Are your competitors offering something good you are not offering?   If you are a retail business, have you checked to see if new stores have opened in your market that sell what you are selling?  These are some of the questions you may really want to know the answers to.

Check frequently to see if new products or services have entered the market that you don’t know about.  If new products or services are being offered by competitors that you don’t have, don’t panic.  Knowing about it sooner rather than later usually gives your business enough time to develop a plan and react to the changes.   If you keep track of industry trends, you may be aware of products in your industry in time for you to be among the first to offer them.

Managing Expenses Closely

Manage business expenses from the highest expenses first, in priority to the lower expenses.   Not managing expenses closely enough is often a major factor in business cash flow problems.  An analysis quickly identifies business expenses that are too high or not needed.

Taking on too much debt to start

Many business owners take on a lot of debt to start a business.  The problem can be made worse by using several credit cards to get capital.   Many businesses need several months or longer to begin generating major revenue.   Making Profit & Loss projections before opening the business can pinpoint a risk of cash flow problems before they happen.  Working with an Accountant before opening can help identify cash flow weaknesses. Another good option is to visit a local SCORE office for business advice.   This is the Senior Core of Retired Executives.   They can provide excellent advice.  Many cities and colleges have a Small Business Development Center that can provide assistance.

No new ideas

Good ideas may come from other businesses.   The best ideas come from within.  Focus on what new paths your business can create.  Try to think of business products, services, techniques, sales, marketing methods you have not thought of before.

 Customer Feedback

Find out what your customers think about your businesses’ products, service and staff. Customers many times are more honest when they are not speaking with you face to face or on the phone. This is true if they were relatively satisfied with your services but had some things they would have preferred to be handled differently.

Customer surveys and after service calls are a good way to find out more about what your customers really think. Offer a discount off future service for giving significant feedback and your feedback should increase.

Technology improvements and putting into action some of the long standing business service improvements mentioned above may be the most powerful way to accelerate your business’ path to success.   Follow the tips above and cut down dramatically on these 10 Problems you may be causing your business.  SCORE is an another excellent resource for identifying and fixing small business problems.

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Large Business Loan

Large Business Loan

March 23, 2017.  A large business loan is considered and approved by few lenders.  Lenders may decline a business loan request because the requested amount is too high.  If your business needs a large business loan or high dollar business loan,  call us today or complete our app below.  
Attach the last 3 months bank statements.  Or call us at Tel:  919-771-4177, or E-Mail:

What are large business loans?
Businesses loans over $100,000 are considered a large business loan.   Many businesses need a business loan over $500,000 or as high as $1,000,000 and higher.

Large Business Loan
Big Business Loans

Callers request:

I need a large business loan.
I need a high dollar business loan.
Help get me a large business loan
How do you get a large business loan?

I need a big business loan.  A minimum over $100,000.

– Clients say they were declined for a large business loan because their cash flow could not support the new debt payment.

Large business loans over $250,000

Many high dollar business loans are restricted by lenders.

November 10, 2016 – Columbus, OH, for immediate release.  Coates Manufacturing needed a business loan for $500,000 or more.  Their bank declined their request because their net income on their financial statements was too low.   They were approved for a business loan for $750,000 based on their Gross Sales.    President Matt Johnson informed Senior Management at the Quarterly meeting.   “With this financing, Coates Manufacturing will be able to expand Coil Spring manufacturing in the Midwest Region.   We will increase manufacturing by 50% per month the rest of the year and additional employees will be hired.  Switches will be added to our product line.  Sales are expected to increase by as much as 20% in the next 12 months and by more than 50% in the next 24 months.  We look forward to expanding our relationship with”

Business owners say they have been declined because the amount they asked for was too high.  They requested a business loan over $250,000 or more and were denied.  Our programs are designed for higher dollar business loans.

Callers call in and tell us the following:

We need a business revolving line of credit.  Callers request. “Need a big business loan.”  “How do I get a big business loan.”  We need a loan to remodel a facility.
Use the following chart below to determine what you will need when applying for a larger business loan:
$50,000 to $100,000 Business Loan – Application and last 3 months bank statements are needed.
$100,000, $150,000 and $200,000 business loan.   Application and last 3 months business checking account statements are needed.
$250,000 to $300,000 business loan.  Application, last 3 months business checking account statements and Year to date interim Profit and Loss (P & L) Statement are needed to apply.
$350,000, $400,000, $450,000 and $500,000 Business loan.   Application, last 4 Months business checking account statements, Year to date Profit and Loss and Balance Sheet are required.

Over $500,000 business loan

$500,000, $750,000, and $1,000,000  business loan:  Application, last 6 months complete business checking account statements are needed.   The last 2 Years business Tax Returns may be requested.
$1,000,000, $2,000,000, $3,000,000, $4,000,000 and $5,000,000 business loans.   Application, last 12 months business checking account statements and last 3 years business Tax returns are required.

Large Business Loan
Big business loans

Getting a big business loan

Businesses that have been denied by a lender because the amount of the request was too high will still try to get a business loan another way.   Ask lenders upfront if they have a maximum loan amount and if they have different criteria for different dollar amounts.  If so, what are they?

Because the lender has different lending criteria for higher business loan requests, they may not provide you with the information.   Ask these questions to help get a larger business loan and also avoid unnecessary declines.

In addition, get helpful tips in the application process and also review small business administration resources at

Thank you for visiting our large business loans resource page.

Credit Score below minimum

Credit score below minimum – MCA Merchant Cash Advance Declined

What does not credit score below minimum mean?
Businesses have used MCA Merchant Cash Advances and ACH loans in recent years to finance their businesses.    One of the reasons Companies are declined is for for credit scores below minimum.  Their credit score is below the minimum required by the lender to approve a business loan.

How can your business overcome being declined for a Merchant Cash Advance or ACH bank loan for the credit score being below minimum?   There are several ways that your business can still get financing.

Click and complete this > ONLINE APP.  List Email and name to access App.  Attach the last 3 months bank statements.
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Our Small Business Development Center assists businesses in overcoming issues instantly so they can focus on advancing their business.


What is a decline for credit score below minimum and credit score too low ?
The business owner’s credit score is below the minimum required by the lender.

Most frequent Requests:
– I was declined for a merchant cash advance for “credit score below minimum”.  The lender said my credit score was too low.    Can you still help me get an MCA merchant cash advance or ACH Bank loan?
– We were declined for an ACH loan.   Can you help our business with this?
Yes, we can assist businesses with these scenarios.

How to get a business loan with a credit score below minimum or credit score too low

Talk to lenders before applying and find out if they have a minimum credit score requirement.   If they do ask them what their minimum credit score requirement is.  If your credit score is too low, consider other alternatives.   Is there more than one owner in your business?    If the other owner has a high enough score, have them apply instead or have them apply first.    Contact other lenders until you find a lender whose requirement for credit score is not too high.

If your credit score is on the rise, consider waiting to apply.    Also, find out if you can qualify for a lower amount.  We have programs and tips to put your business in and get approved.   Contact us to discuss.

Solutions for businesses declined for a credit score below the minimum and too low for a merchant cash advance, business loan or ACH Bank loan.

Talk to the lenders directly about being declined for a credit score below the minimum.   Ask them if you can be approved for a lower amount and if there is another program that may work.

Get a copy of your credit report.   The credit bureau will list the top 4 reasons for lowering the credit bureau score.   Look at those reasons.   Are there any that are wrong?   Once you find the ones that are incorrect, call the credit bureau and dispute the reporting.   If your score goes up within 30 to 60 days, you can call the Lender back and have your Application considered again.

Recent Approvals with credit scores too low, or credit scores below minimum

September 30th 2016 – for immediate release.  Superior Staffing obtains business loan after being declined for the owner’s credit score below minimum.   The company applied with a large national lender for $50,000 and was declined. The Owner’s credit score was in the low 500’s.   They contacted us for information and assistance.   We gave them tips and directed them to other lenders that might be able to help them get the funding.

The company had two owners with 50% ownership.  The 2nd owner had a credit score 50 points higher than the other owner.   President James Stephens released a statement.  “We were denied for credit for the $250,000 working capital expansion loan we really needed.   Other Lenders were contacted that could work with lower credit scores.   Another application was submitted with the Partner with the higher credit score listed first.   We were approved for all the Capital we needed.  We look forward to using in the future as a reference for our financing needs.”

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Credit Score too low

Get working capital through other loans

If the options above do not work or you cannot wait, your business can consider other types of business loans.   Which ones are best depend mostly on your company’s profile.    Choices include:
– Monthly Term loans up to 48 months that require the last 2 Years Tax Returns
– Accounts Receivables Financing
– Business loans based based on Real Estate or Equipment Assets

Finally, with one of the above options, your business may overcome being declined for a MCA Merchant Cash Advance or ACH business loan for having a personal credit score that is too low or below the minimum required by the lender.    The SBA small business administration also has excellent resources on alternative business loans.