Square Capital is Now Just a Bank Loan Product

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Square Financial Services IncSquare Capital has been reduced to just one of several banking products under the Square Financial Services umbrella. That’s one result of Square successfully becoming a bank earlier this year.

Loans will be one product offered alongside checking accounts, savings accounts, and debit cards.

Just as before, Square’s loans will be repaid by diverting a percentage of a business’s card sales. The methodology is derived from its merchant cash advance roots, but what’s different is that a Square loan has a fixed repayment term.

“Pay it back automatically,” Square says of its loan product. “You won’t have to schedule any payments. We just ask that you meet your minimum every 60 days.”

Square has originated more than $9 billion in small business loans since inception and is one of the largest small business lenders in the country.

Last modified: July 20, 2021

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