What We Offer
Merchant Cash Advance
Are you looking for funds to settle some pressing business issues? Something quick to qualify for, won’t affect your credit, and no obligation?
Merchant Cash Advance (MCA) is what you need.
We use our vast experience and expertise in helping business owners access instant funds through Merchant Cash Advance for urgent business needs.
For quick to qualify, no-obligation MCA funds that won’t negatively affect your credit call Empire Merchant Funding now.
Our expert agents are waiting.
Who Needs Merchant Funding
- Service Businesses
- Retail Businesses
Why Work With Us
- We support you all the way
- We work out something that works perfectly with your business
- We help you secure funds that won’t hurt your credit
- Our commitment is to help you not make money off you
- Our experienced and skilled agents
We Can Accommodate Any Type of business
We evaluate and understand your business and come up with creative solutions to meet your business funding expansion needs.
Merchant Cash Advance
A merchant cash advance or Small Business Loans was originally organized as a lump sum payment to a business in return for an agreed-upon percentage of future, payments, credit card, and/or debit card sales.
Lines of credit
A line of credit is a credit facility provided by banks or other financial institutions to the government, small to large businesses, or individual customers that enable customers to draw on the facility when the customer needs funds.
An equipment financing refers to a loan used to purchase business-related equipment, such as restaurant cooking equipment, delivery vehicles, or a copier printer scanner. Equipment loans provide periodic payments that include interests and principal over a fixed term.
A term loan is a monetary loan that is repaid in regular payments over an agreed set period of time. Normally last between one and ten years, or as long as 30 years in some cases. A term loan usually involves an unfixed interest rate that adds additional balance to be repaid.
Invoice factoring is a financial transaction and a type of debtor financing in which a business sells its account receivables to a third party at a certain discount. The business will sometimes factor in its receivable assets to meet its current and immediate cash needs.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA 504) Loan or Certified Development Company program is structured to provide business financing for the purchase of fixed assets, real estate, buildings and machinery, at below-market rates.
Our Easy Three Step Process
Apply Online in just a few moments of your time or call us directly at (754) 400-6440
(M-F 8AM – 9PM)
Our underwriting team evaluates your business and typically provides a decision in under 24 hours
Offer accepted, Sign your contract and receive money in as fast as 24 hours
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5379 Lyons Rd Coconut Creek,
9am – 5pm Mon – Fri