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Access Merchant Cash Advance Funding

RWProgressive Finance is offering a limited number of small businesses who have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis a chance to apply for Merchant Cash Advance Funding.

This is a great opportunity for small business owners to get ahead of their competition, post COVID-19 by securing funding that will enhance their chances of success and grow in the new norm. Ravens Wood Capital has access to over 27 direct lenders.  This means you can be confident that we have the widest choice available to meet your individual needs.

How to apply - 3 easy steps

1) Register your details on this website

2) Complete brief details about your business

3) Click submit 

That’s it! We’ll be in touch within 24 hours

Who is it for?

Merchant Cash Advance is an ideal funding opportunity for businesses in the hospitality industry: restaurants, cafes, bars, beauticians, hair salons etc. who process credit and debit card payments.  Merchant Cash Advance is one of the most innovative alternative funding options currently available by utilising your card terminal for secure lending. It is a quick and flexible way of funding your business with easy repayment options.

How much money can I access?

Your Merchant Cash Advance loan can be as much as your 100% of your monthly cash transactions between £5,000 to £500,000 .

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