How to get an MCA Merchant Cash Advance after a default
Did your business default on an mca merchant cash advances in the past? If your business wants to get a cash advance again, consider new program options here.
Some businesses that have defaulted on one or several mca cash advances in the past decide they want to get advances again because they now understand the amounts and daily payments they can handle and make. Programs are also available for businesses that have missed cash advance payments, or have had delinquent or lapsed payments.
How to get another MCA Merchant Cash Advance after a default
Step 1: Research companies online that offer merchant cash advances to businesses that have a previous default on an mca cash advance. Closely review restrictions for terms and conditions of approval.
Step 2: TIP – Repayment of a previously defaulted merchant cash advance as well as the amount of time since the default may affect your ability to be approved under different programs. Ask if there is a minimum time requirement since the cash advance default. Know the month and year your business first officially defaulted and the amount of the default. Default reporting drags on time wise in business and personal credit reports and makes it look like the default was much more recent than the original date the merchant cash advance company declared a default. Any payments you made on the default often do not appear on the business and personal credit reports a lender looks at and you will not get credit for any payments made. Provide documentation of the payments made.
Step 3: Select the programs that your business will most likely qualify for.
Step 4: Make contact with these lenders that fund with previous defaults. Try to verify how likely your business is to meeting the funding program conditions and requirements.
Step 5: Submit an application for funding. Provide all documentation you have that improves your chance for an approval. Provide documentation that proves the time since the default and if any payments were made.
Step 6: If approved, review terms and conditions. Rates and terms will not be as favorable for some time on your advances after defaulting.
FAQ Frequently asked Questions on getting an mca merchant cash advance after defaulting
Why will most cash advance companies not fund me after a merchant cash advance default?
If your default was within the last two years, almost all cash advance companies believe your chances of going past due again are too high. Lenders want to see an extended period of time after a default before giving your business funds again. That often is two years. A few programs will consider funding again after approximately six months. The amount of time may be shorter based on your businesses situation. Does your business generates over $50000 per month in revenue? Then it will be more likely to get another cash advance sooner after a default.
Can I get a merchant cash advance after a default?
Yes. In about 6 months after a default your business may be considered for another cash advance and other types of financing. Approval depends on how well your business has recovered and also how much revenue it now has per month.
How long after a default can I get another cash advance?
Your business can be considered for another cash advance and other funding types 6 months after a default. Keep good records and documentation on the exact time you were formally declared a default by the previous cash advance company.
How do I know if I defaulted on a cash advance in the past?
You should have received correspondence through the mail or email or by telephone that your delinquent cash advance was declared a default.
What if I did not repay any of the the defaulted cash advance?
It may be easier to get another cash advance if you repaid or settled the defaulted cash advance. This is because future lenders would rather know that your business made an effort to repay some of the advance or tried to reach a settlement to pay a lower amount to try to satisfy the debt.
Can I get more if I repaid the merchant cash advance that I defaulted on?
The dollar amount of a future advance after a default depends more on your current revenues and situation rather than if you repaid the merchant advance you defaulted on. Partially or fully repaying a cash advance after a default will play a bigger role on whether you will be approved or declined.
I defaulted on more than 1 cash advance. Can I still get another mca cash advance?
Yes. You may still be able to qualify for a new advance. Approval depends a lot on how many advances you had as well as how long it has been and the total amount you defaulted on.
Does it matter how much the amount of the defaults were?
The amounts of the defaults do matter and will be looked at along with other things such as how much revenue your business is making now. If your business is making good revenue and profits now that will help. If your business is making more revenue than before that will make your profile even stronger after a default.
I am still in collections on my old merchant cash advances. Can we still be approved for funding?
Yes, your business still has a chance to qualify for more funding. Provide the details of the collection activities and they will be reviewed.
I am still negotiating with attorneys on my previous defaults. Can I still qualify for a new advance?
Your business may still qualify for a new advance if you are still negotiating on your previous defaults. Collections and negotiations on old defaults and non payments can go on for months or years. Any repayment or settlement will be looked at along with how much time has gone by since the original default.
I paid a settlement on a merchant cash advance instead of defaulting the entire amount. Can I show a settlement letter and get another business loan or advance sooner?
You may be able to get another business loan or cash advance sooner if you paid a settlement instead of the full amount. Defaulting on the full amount of the mca cash advance is the worst way to go. Paying a settlement shows that your business made effort to pay money that was owed and that your business was still profitable enough to pay a settlement amount rather than a total default.