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Velocity Capital Group (VCG) Secures New $50 Million Credit Facility

February 14, 2022
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Velocity Capital GroupCEDARHURST, NEW YORK—FEBRUARY 14, 2022– Velocity Capital Group (VCG), a leading provider of same-day capital advances to small businesses, has secured a multi-draw term funding line of credit with Arena Investors, LP, a global institutional alternative asset manager. The line of credit will provide VCG with borrowing capacity up to $50 million and deep pool of capital from which to expand its business, further strengthening VCG’s ability to provide funding for small business merchants. Though the name VCG may be new to some, the company is no stranger to alternative finance. Eleven years of experience in the space with over 25,000 funded clients has helped their team understand what merchants need most during the funding process, primarily trustworthiness and speed.

Since VCG’s inception, CEO/Principal Jay Avigdor has made it his mission to provide an efficient and flexible funding experience and product for merchants. “We’re setting new strides for speed and service every year. 2022 is going to be even more impactful for VCG and our stakeholders!” said an enthused Jay Avigdor. “We have a big opportunity for us this year to build on last year’s initiatives. This line will give us the wings we truly need to fly! Giving us the ability to fund larger deals and provide longer terms.” said Jay. The previous year, VCG made news by switching to their own internally developed processing software for deal applications called Drag-in. The software pulls critical data from VCG’s applications to conduct all necessary screenings via API, then uploads that data to their CRM with the click of a button. Drag-in gives VCG the ability to provide offers within minutes rather than hours, giving them a leg up on the industry. Stakeholders have been thrilled with the improved response time on their deals. Drag-in is Currently working on a beta version to provide multiple other industries.

Speed isn’t the VCG’s only focus. “Merchants and ISOs alike deserve to have more control of the capital they’re provided,” Jay added. In August 2021, Velocity Capital Group began offering ISOs and Merchants the option to receive their capital in a Cryptocurrency. Primarily sent through as stable coins (USDC, DAI, USDT). “Due to the cut-off times within which banks have to operate, they can become a bottleneck for our transactions. The opportunity for providing capital in Crypto couldn’t have come at a better time,” said Jay. Available to transfer during all times of the day, funding in Cryptocurrency was added as an option for how Merchants & ISOs receive capital.

“We are excited to facilitate VCG’s activities in small business finance at a time when there are limited options and great needs for capital, and where VCG can provide that capital without unduly burdening merchants receiving it. This transaction fits well with Arena’s broader mission to provide flexible, scalable funding solutions for companies and ideas which have unique growth or liquidity needs. We look forward to working with Jay and his team,” said Victor Dupont, who leads Arena’s investments in the SME sector.

The new line of credit gives steady rails for Velocity Capital Group to continue growing and funding at a significant rate into 2023. “We anticipate we will do north of 150M in funding this year with our current deal flow and this new line. We can provide well-needed cash during these troubling times to small businesses and fuel their success while growing ours as well. We can help small businesses access funding like never before in company history. Through implementing Drag-in, this new credit line with Arena, and with our amazing loyal employees and brokers, the sky is only the limit! ” remarked Jay.

About Velocity Capital Group
Velocity Capital Group helps small businesses all over the United States access capital at incredible speeds. Our team has serviced over 25,000 clients in under 11 years. We’ve grown our business to great heights by focusing on speed, efficiency, and transparency.

About Arena Investors, LP
Arena Investors is an institutional asset manager founded in partnership with The Westaim Corporation (TSXV: WED). With $2.8 billion of committed assets under management as of January 1, 2022, and a team of over 100 employees in six offices globally, Arena provides creative solutions for those seeking capital in special situations. The firm brings individuals with decades of experience, a track record of comfort with complexity, the ability to deliver within time constraints, and the flexibility to engage in transactions that cannot be addressed by banks and other conventional financial institutions. See for more information.

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Velocity Capital Group Becomes First Funder to Offer Broker Commissions Via Crypto

August 2, 2021
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Jay AvigdorVelocity Capital Group is bullish on crypto as a means of payment. Company President and CEO Jay Avigdor told deBanked that the company is officially incorporating cryptocurrency in two ways:

(1) Brokers can now choose to get paid commissions in cryptocurrency instead of cash.

(2) Merchants can now choose to get funded via cryptocurrency instead of cash.

In both cases, Avigdor touted the speed in which cryptocurrency can change hands versus waiting around for an ACH or a wire.

“Our goal since day 1 of VCG, was to give ISOs and merchants the ability to access capital as fast as possible,” Avigdor said. “With VCG’s proprietary technology, we have been able to change that mindset from ‘as fast as possible’ to ‘the FASTEST possible.'”

The company says it will use stable coins (USD Coin and DAI) to conduct these transactions “in order to limit market volatility” but that depending on the merchant or ISO relationship, they would be open to transmitting Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.

Merchants getting funded with crypto would still have their future receivables collected via ACH so that part of the arrangement would not change. The underlying business is the same.

VCG alluded to there also being potential tax benefits of taking payment in crypto.

Avigdor believes that among industry peers, VCG is the first to offer commissions in crypto. He further explained that this is only one piece of the puzzle and that there are plans to integrate the company’s technology in a way that will allow merchants to access funding in less than 20 minutes from the time of submission to funds actually being received.

Velocity Capital Group (VCG) Secures $15 Million Series A Financing

December 11, 2018
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Businesses Flourish with Adequate Funding at their Fingertips

CEDARHURST, NEW YORK—DECEMBER 10,2018​–​V​elocity Capital Group recently secured another $15 million in financing. This will strengthen their ability to provide assistance to more small businesses and organizations. While the name might be new to some, Velocity Capital Group is no stranger to the business world. Servicing small businesses for over 7 years, there have been more than 15,000 clients who’ve received the financial boost they needed due to the available funding from VCG.

CEO/Principle Jay Avigdor couldn’t be happier to reach this point. Jay started the business in a small room of his home with only a laptop, and in just a short period of time has transformed VCG into a large and highly respected financial group that services organizations with speed and dedication. With an aim to merge the finance industry with technology, VCG aims to leave funding at your fingertips. To date, VCG is making strides as one of the fastest growing finance companies in the industry.

When businesses have financial demands, their situation is urgent and must be addressed immediately. Going through a lengthy process that could end up in a loss would be a waste of time, but with ​Velocity Capital Group,​ the relationship is taken seriously from the onset. With a staff of over 20 employees, VCG strives to get you what you need when you need it. A few of the industries that ​Velocity​ takes pride in assisting include:

  • Accounting & Collection Agencies
  • Construction, Machinery, Mechanics, & Manufacturing
  • Electronic & Media/Entertainment
  • Healthcare Services & Rehab Center
  • Religious Organizations
  • Restaurants & Retail
  • Technology & Wireless

The $15 million funding access will help VCG build solid foundations and partnerships. With Velocity’s breakdown of available funding ($5mil in series A round & a $10 million line of credit), they’re able to provide more funding for more businesses. In fact, many customers have already stated that the V​CG team is “resourceful” and “always available.” Others have even said that they “love the charity aspect” of ​Velocity,​ because they give back to aiding organizations monthly. Their attention and consistency prove that they are more than just the average financial group; they’re family! Winston Churchill said it best: “From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life.” Velocity Capital Group​ takes pride in giving to others so they can ultimately help others make a life.

Companies and small businesses are urged to contact V​elocity Capital Group​ today and see what financial options are available. With urgency and compassion, the knowledgeable staff of Velocity​ is ready to build your business or brand. The funding is there, the foundation is there; all it takes is one step. That one step can be the greatest decision for success in business.

Velocity Capital Group is ready and able to serve you. For additional information, visit our website at​ ​,​ send an email to, or call 833-VCG-FUND (833-824-3863). We’re also available on social media outlets.

Velocity Group USA Names Keith Nason President, Launching KapSource in Q1 2022

December 16, 2021
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velocity group usaMelville, NY – December 16th, 2021 – Velocity Group USA is pleased to announce Keith Nason as the newly appointed President. In conjunction with stepping into the role as President, Nason will continue to hold his position as Chief Operating Officer, building on business development strategies and appointing new members of Velocity Group’s executive team.

“We have undergone many necessary changes over the past year, but the change we are most excited about is appointing Keith Nason as the President of Velocity Group. He has extensive industry experience, as well as the knowledge, innovation and vision to drive growth in 2022. I have no doubt these qualities will help set us apart from our competitors as we continue to expand our business,” said Lisa Gioia, Chief Executive Officer

Nason is an industry veteran with over eight years of experience within the Merchant Cash Advance market, specializing in both top and bottom-line growth, building infrastructure and security, data integrity, risk models, technology, and securing capital through multiple channels.

“Over the last 12 months, we’ve invested a tremendous amount of time, energy, and capital in our team, product, infrastructure and data security, as well as our process. Doing so has positioned us for significant growth in 2022 and beyond,” commented Nason.

He also credited his institutional investors as being a key to success by having faith in the long-term goals of the company, and confidence in the new team to prioritize long-term success over strictly short-term returns. Nason also stated, “It’s a true testament to the team that we were able to completely rebuild our business foundation while still funding over $100MM and producing record returns to our investors.”

With the revamp of the company infrastructure and data security, Velocity Group USA will be launching KapSource within the first quarter of 2022, a “business in a box” model that will allow other members of the industry to use its proprietary technology to increase conversions, alongside a marketplace in which brokers can fund their owns deals and create additional revenue streams through Velocity’s capital sources.

All Registered Sales-based Financing Providers in Virginia (List)

March 11, 2023
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Is the revenue-based financing provider you do business with registered to operate in Virginia? On July 1, 2022, Virginia’s commercial financing disclosure law went into effect and with that the necessity to register one’s business. As of March 8, 2023, this is the official list of registered sales-based financing providers:

  • Advance Servicing Inc.
  • Accredited Business Solutions LLC dba The Accredited Group
  • Advance Funds Network LLC dba Advance Funds Network
  • AdvancePoint Capital LLC dba advancepoint
  • Ally Merchant Services LLC
  • Alpine Funding Partners, LLC
  • Business Capital LLC
  • Byzfunder NY LLC dba Tandem dba Nano-FI
  • Bridge Capital Services, LLC
  • CFG Merchant Solutions, LLC
  • Clarify Capital II LLC dba Clarify Capital
  • Cloudfund VA LLC dba Cloudfund LLC
  • Capflow Funding Group Managers LLC
  • Clear Finance Technology (U.S.) Corp. dba Clearco
  • Coast Premier LLC dba Coast Funding
  • Commercial Servicing Company, LLC
  • Corporate Lodging Consultants, Inc.
  • Crown Funding Source LLC dba Crown Funding Source
  • Diesel Funding LLC
  • Direct Capital Source Inc.
  • Dealstruck Capital LLC
  • EBF Holdings, LLC
  • Essential Funding Group Inc
  • Errant Ventures LLC
  • FC Capital Holdings, LLC FundCanna
  • Fidelity Funding Group LLC
  • Front Capital LLC
  • Finova Capital, LLC
  • Fintegra, LLC
  • First Data Merchant Services LLC
  • FleetCor Technologies Operating Company, LLC
  • Flexibility Capital Inc.
  • Fora Financial East LLC
  • Forward Financing LLC
  • Fox Capital Group Inc.
  • Fundamental Capital LLC
  • Funding Metrics, LLC dba Quick Fix Capital
  • Good Funding, LLC
  • Granite Merchant Funding, LLC
  • Invision Funding LLC
  • Itria Ventures LLC
  • Jaydee Ventures, LLC dba 1 West Capital dba 1 West Commercial
  • Kapitus LLC
  • Knight Capital Funding III, LLC
  • Lexington Capital Holdings Ltd
  • LG Funding LLC
  • Legend Advance Funding II, LLC dba Legend Funding
  • Liberis US Inc.
  • Libertas Funding, LLC
  • Liquidibee 1 LLC dba Liquidibee LLC dba
  • Loanability, Inc.
  • Millstone Funding Inc.
  • National Funding, Inc.
  • Nav Technologies, Inc.
  • Pearl Alpha Funding, LLC
  • Pearl Beta Funding, LLC
  • Pearl Delta Funding, LLC
  • Proto Financial Corp.
  • PWCC Marketplace, LLC
  • Parafin, Inc.
  • PayPal, Inc.
  • Payability Commercial Factors, LLC
  • Pinnacle Business Funding LLC dba Custom Capital USA dba EnN OD Capital
  • Platform Funding LLC
  • Prosperum Capital Partners LLC dba Arsenal Funding
  • QFS Capital LLC
  • RFG USA Inc.
  • Rival Funding, LLC
  • Riverpoint Financial Group Inc.
  • Rocket Capital NY LLC
  • Ruby Capital Group LLC
  • Rapid Financial Services, LLC
  • Reliant Services Group, LLC
  • Retail Capital LLC dba Credibly
  • Revenued LLC
  • Rewards Network Establishment Services Inc.
  • Secure Capital Solutions Inc.
  • Sky Bridge Business Funding, LLC
  • SMB Compass LLC dba SMB Compass
  • Santa Barbara Tax Products Group, LLC
  • SellersFunding Corp.
  • Sharpe Capital, LLC
  • Shine Capital Group LLC
  • Shopify Capital Inc.
  • Shore Funding Solutions Inc.
  • Streamline Funding, LLC
  • Stripe Brokering, Inc.
  • The LCF Group, Inc.
  • United Capital Source Inc.
  • Upfront Rent Holdings LLC
  • Upper Line Capital LLC
  • Vader Servicing, LLC
  • Velocity Capital Group LLC
  • Vivian Capital Group LLC
  • Vox Funding, LLC
  • ZING Funding I, LLC

Who’s Got Swag?

January 10, 2023
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debankedmiami2019-bThere’s a rush of excitement at Broker Fair and deBanked Connect. Behind the scenes there is also a fun creative process that sponsors get to prepare for right before every event. SWAG! It can be challenging to think of anything other than pens and Post-its to jazz up one’s table with memorable tchotchkes so here is some unforgettable swag from over the years:

Broker Fair 2019 in the Roosevelt Hotel, as some might recall, had a live basketball hoop by Rapid Finance. LoanMe brought out squeezable stress relievers and what better way to relieve it than squeezing a money wad. Silver sponsor Cooper Asset had special bags that came in handy when collecting all that swag.

At deBanked Connect San Diego 2019, PIRS Capital gave out mouse pads, great for guests to use at work with a constant reminder of where they got it from. Bitty Advance had reusable water containers, smart to stay hydrated while bouncing from sessions to the sponsor showcase room. BFS Capital had a bowl of candy on their table and who doesn’t love a sweet treat after endless meet and greets.

At deBanked Connect Miami 2019, SOS Capital was looking out for everyone by having a bowl of mints out for grab. And if one can’t calculate large numbers without a calculator handy, RTR Recovery had guests covered with that.

After having a virtual Broker Fair in 2020, Lendini stepped it up a notch with a hand-rolled cigar station at the pre-show party in 2021. If one didn’t have a pen and notepad to take down information, Velocity Capital Group made sure to have plenty available. Velocity also had a mini massage station to loosen everyone up after a tense year in quarantine.

Although Covid took some time away from events, the deBanked Connect Miami 2022 sponsors were more ready than ever to show off their swag. FundFi played it safe with hand sanitizers and the LCF Group knew everyone would need a ChapStick throughout the event after talking all day. FinTap got creative with their very own Staples easy-button that said ‘funded.’ Legend Funding had mini piggy banks, ROC Funding Group had cigar cutters, and Lendini had flasks and raffled off a Gucci duffle bag.

Broker Fair 2022 swag was a blend of the practical with the innovative. THOR Capital had shot glasses and if one needed a coaster for that Lifetime Funding had your back. Now that everyone has moved on to wireless headphones, Dedicated Financial GBC brought back wired headphones, which are perfect for flying. Beyonce said it best, “I got hot sauce in my bag swag,” and everyone could too because IOU Financial had mini hot sauce bottles. Following the tradition of raffling their most-wanted Gucci duffle, Lendini also had mini tool kits and Magic 8 Balls that fortuned all good news surrounding the event.

At deBanked events, sponsors always come through with original swag ideas. With Miami 2023 right around the corner, we are excited to see what will be there this year.

Who’s Growing in the Industry?

September 6, 2022
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Despite Covid, several small business finance companies successfully secured spots on the 2022 Inc 5000 list for their stellar 3-year revenue growth. Here’s a snapshot of who made it:

Ranking Company Name 3 year growth %
127 Crestmont Capital 3,548%
271 Fountainhead 2,006%
799 Business Lending Blueprint 793%
835 Clearco 755%
970 Valiant Business Lending 668%
1,047 Funding Forward 618%
1,240 Lending Science DM 524%
1,587 Lendio 401%
1,876 Choice Merchant Solutions 324%
1,970 Nav 306%
2,343 Novae 250%
2,886 Velocity Capital Group 189%
3,262 Fundbox 162%
3,410 SBG Funding 154%
4,284 Flexibility Capital 107%
4,367 Fund&Grow 103%
4,737 ApplePie Capital 89%
4,959 Fundomate 82%

The Inc 5000 list requires companies to apply and submit data. Companies that may have qualified to be ranked could have chosen not to apply.

Small Business Finance Industry Mulls Crypto, NFTs

September 16, 2021
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nft moneyAs the crypto craze roars on, NFTs are starting to stake a claim in the finance world as a legitimate option for those looking to invest or stash money in a virtual space. The sports world recently took their swing at NFTs, and here at deBanked we minted NFTs of our own early this week. It seems that NFTs have sparked the interest of the media, athletes, and art enthusiasts— but in small business finance, the conversation is only in the early stages.

“I think of it more not so much as a currency, but from what I’ve been reading, more of an investment vehicle,” said Noah Grayson, President of South End Capital, when asked what he thinks an NFT represents. “It’s a way for people to put tangible items in a digital format to get ownership from.”

Grayson says those in his industry have brought up the topic around the office, but it hasn’t made its way into any type of business practices yet. “It’s tough to see how [NFTs] would affect the lending industry at this time, cryptocurrency is something a little more probable in the long term.”

Grayson stressed how difficult small business lending can already be with dollars, and it seems as though the industry just isn’t ready to start conducting business in other types of currencies. “When you consider that many small business owners have no credit score and a large portion of those still pay for things in cash, I think it’s going to be a long time before the industry as a whole considers [crypto] an option to make loans with or compensate partners [with] as a whole,” he said.

“I’d describe it as a digital asset that can be purchased, owned, and used by an individual, giving that individual exclusive rights to the asset,” said James Webster, CEO and founder of ROK Financial when asked how he would define an NFT. “Like any other asset, the price can go up or down over time.”

Although his company has never created an NFT themselves, Webster won’t eliminate the possibility for one in the future. With the interest of the industry and his employees being focused around crypto as of late, Webster can’t keep the crypto and NFT talk out of the office.

Cryptocurrency“We have a [clever] and nimble-minded staff at ROK. NFTs and crypto like other tradable assets are always being discussed and invested in here,” said Webster. “The team has been buying crypto for years now and I don’t see that slowing down any time soon.”

Webster believes it’ll inevitably make its way into the business with positive effects. “I see it streamlining, as well as making lending and banking for that matter more efficient over time,” he said.

At Velocity Capital Group, crypto has already seeped into the business. The company began offering commission payments to brokers this past August with an immediate positive reception. Velocity Capital Group CEO Jay Avigdor attributes “speed” as the primary use-case of crypto in his business.

“The feedback has been fantastic!” Avigdor said.

With crypto on the minds of fintech gurus everywhere, it’s evident its interest comes from the ability to put the technology in practice. Until these types of things can be borrowed, used to buy goods, or seen as a means of collateral at a mainstream level, the small business finance community will continue to eye their development and evolve if necessary.

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