Is it Just us or are the Deals Getting BIGGER?

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huge dealTwo years ago, it was easy to say that the average Merchant Cash Advance (MCA) deal was about $20,000 to $25,000. The claim used to be, funding up to $250,000! And yet very few companies would actually go that high when it came down to it. But now?

A million here, a million there… It’s all just business as usual. Nothing to see here everybody. Go on Tozzi, write another article about how MCA is for minuscule retailers that can’t get approved for a low limit credit card. Whether you call it MCA, Merchant Financing, or Merchant Lending, there’s no doubt that capital has become more accessible to businesses across the country. And the amounts being disbursed are getting BIGGER.

On October 12, 2012, Rapid Capital Funding (RCF), a mid-sized funder in Miami, FL provided $1,250,000 to a national convenience store chain. RCF published an official company announcement about it, but we actually got wind of the deal a week before it closed. deBanked staff is friendly with the folks at RCF, particularly with their lead underwriter, Andrew Hernandez. Hernandez is an industry veteran, with five years of MCA underwriting experience under his belt. So while RCF hasn’t had the reputation for taking on big paper in the past, we can’t say that we’re shocked that they’re marching down that path.

Other big deals this year in the MCA space:
United Capital Source – $1,250,000
YellowStone Capital – $751,000

Do you think we’ll be seeing more of this? Send us your comments.

– Merchant Processing Resource
http://debanked.com

Last modified: August 2, 2015
Sean Murray


Category: ACH Advances, Announcements, business cash advance, Industry News, Loans, merchant cash advance, merchant financing, MPR Authored, Small Business





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