Merchant Money products and sectors

The lending options from Merchant Money have been specifically designed with SMEs in mind with a range of flexible working capital loans and merchant cash advance options available.

Whilst they're always happy to receive applications from the length and breadth of UK industry, they have a proven track record in helping businesses across the agricultural, automotive, construction, healthcare, recruitment, trade and transportation sectors to name but a few.

Their merchant cash advance product is available to almost any business which takes customer payments through an EPOS card reader. Rather than tying your business into fixed monthly repayments, a small percentage of the loan is repaid each time a card payment is taken.

Need additional capital to drive your business forwards? They also offer a number of tailored working capital loans which can be used for anything from rent payments and equipment purchases to staff wages and tax bills

Merchant Money key benefits

Merchant Money pride themselves on their rapid approach to underwriting without compromising on the thorough, personalised service that has taken them to where they are today.

All of their loans are issued on an unsecured basis to help ensure that none of your business assets will ever be at risk. They'll only ever charge interest on the balance that's outstanding, meaning that you won't ever be penalised for making early repayments.

The application process is quick and easy to complete with no business plans or face to face appointments required in order for them to make a fair and transparent decision.

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