Is Same Day Business Funding Really Possible?
It seems so hard to believe that a business would need same day business loan. Does business really move so fast that the owners of a company can be caught so shorthanded? The answer to that question is yes and at Financing Solutions we see it often. A same day business funding situation doesn’t always mean that you are running a bad company or that you do not have a good business. In fact, a request for same day business loans might mean you have a great, growing business.
At Financing Solutions, we get calls from clients who were expecting a large check to come in and really thought it would be there before payroll day. Other calls we get are from clients who outstripped their business bank line of credit because their sales team had a dynamite week. Other times we get calls from clients that need same day business funding because an unusual event happened like a major piece of machinery broke down and a job had to get done.
Now we certainly get our share of impossible business funding requests that we cannot fund because the business is a poor one but there are companies that have good businesses, that have been around for a while, who are profitable and who have a good reason why they really need same day business funding.
The question of the day is…is getting a same day business advance up to $100,000 in less than 24 hours possible and the answer is yes. Financing Solutions has been able to issue funding when it makes business sense and when the client gets us the proper paperwork.
Is it possible that a bank, a traditional factor, merchant funders or other alternative funding companies can move that fast? We haven’t seen it and part of the advantage of Financing Solutions is that often the person you are speaking with is the same guy who is funding you money. Therefore, Financing Solutions can make quick business funding decisions within 15 minutes with funding sometimes that same day.
Financing Solutions (www.payrollfinancingsolutions.com) provides fast business funding of $5,000-$100,000 to good small businesses with sales of $500,000-$7 million that can be used for working capital.