East Garden City, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/25/2015 -- Merchant Advance Express, a leading provider of small business loans, announced today that it has started publishing an informative blog on its website, mcamerchant.com. The blog includes articles that are designed to help merchants understand the working capital strategies that will be optimal for their particular businesses.
"We want our clients to succeed," said Samir Desai, Co-Founder and CEO of Merchant Advance Express. "For us, making a loan and never seeing the client again is a huge lost opportunity. Our goal with this blog is to share our deep knowledge of the industry and help clients understand how intelligent working capital financing options can help them grow securely over the long term."
The blog offers insights into ways that lending is changing. For instance, the latest post describes how lenders are moving to a fixed interest model. Other articles discuss revenue advances, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' investment in Fundbox and Peer-to-Peer (P2P) lending. The blog is expected to be updated regularly.
Merchant Advance Express makes unsecured cash advances to small businesses that are unable to receive business funds through conventional lending institutions. The firm is known for being fast, able to set up credit lines up to $100,000 on a rapid basis. "We're not a bank," Desai added. "We don't need six weeks to tell you no. We can tell you yes in about five minutes." Merchant Advance Express has worked with more than 100,000 small business owners, funding over $550 million since it launched its business. Applicants can create an account for free. Clients can access credit lines on a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Merchant Advance Express serves industries such as trucking services, retail businesses, new and used car lots, medical offices, liquor stores, night clubs and bars, hotels, construction companies, beauty salons and spas as well as wholesalers and distributors. Uses of funds include inventory purchase, equipment, website development and staff hires.
Customers are quick to express their gratitude. Dan Kaufmann of Collision Concepts, commented, "I was in a jam and my friend told me to call Merchant Advance Express. Four days later they wired $45,000 into my bank account. I was totally blown away. Thank you guys for being there when I needed you. Best Regards, Dan."
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