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Long Live The American Dream

by admin on August 28, 2014

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I think the worst part about starting your own business is all the so-called start-up money you need! It turns the American dream of being your own boss and having your own small business into the American nightmare. I see tons of small businesses everywhere I look and think “how did they do it?” And the biggest irony of all is the fact that before you can make money, you will have to spend money—lots of it. Then you open and cross your fingers that you start making a profit.

So let’s say you’ve already jumped through these hoops and you’re up and running, and now you want to expand. So you apply for a loan. Simple enough? Not quite. Getting a traditional bank loan, especially in these times, is next to impossible. What’s worse is once you apply for one, the banks want to know so much about your business and why you need the money. Some loans will specify what your money can and can’t be spent on (as if that’s any of their business). I mean, if you ask me, all they should really be interested in is whether or not you can pay back the loan and when.

That’s why Merchant Credit Advance is really the best way to go for small business owners. First of all, you can apply online at www.merchantcreditadvance.com or call them on the phone at 1-800-503-1146 and speak to an actual person. And no matter what you want the funds for, they can get them into your checking account quickly— about 2 weeks after applying. And cash amounts range from $5,000 to $1,000,000. The best part is that there is no specified time to pay back the loan! The professionals at Merchant Credit Advance set up an automatic retrieval system whereby you pay them back with a certain percentage of your Visa and MasterCard sales. So when you get paid, so do they. All of this is discussed up front, so there are no surprises. They’re here to help you. And if you don’t believe me, just give them a call or fill out an online application form and they’ll break it down for you.

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