Sales of R 1 million or more in the last 12 months, then APPLY NOW !
NO START-UP businesses !
UNSECURED BUSINESS LOANS
Unsecured business finance for existing businesses in South Africa, to expand, buy assets, settle debt, pay VAT, pay a deposit, pay tax, buy a vehicle, buy out a partner or for any purpose, is now possible.
Access to unsecured small business loans ( up to R 1,5 million ) is now very simple.
Existing businesses need to submit 6 months bank statements and the application form we send you, for an initial Business Cash Advance assessment.
The main criteria is regular cash flow through your bank account; ideally from credit card sales, EFTPOS or regular payments into your bank account. ( other conditions apply )
Business funding ranges from R 30 000 up to 100 % of the monthly sales and are aimed at SMME’s, franchises, franchisees, fast food, restaurants, Point of Sale, couriers and any business that has regular cash flow.
Don’t let Business Funding be a daunting exercise.
Whether you use our small business loan service, big business funding service or are looking for a commercial loan, short term loan, long term loan, working capital loan, loan finance, unsecured finance, business bridging finance, secured loan, general loan service, franchise loan, franchisee loan or any other type of business finance, we have access to many sources of finance.
The application process :
The business was trading well and had been in existence for just over 12 months.
Most payments by customers were made by Credit Card.
The owner needed to upgrade his kitchen to ensure he met the seasonal demand.
He also had some creditors pressing for payments.
He applied for a R 300 000 unsecured loan Based on his credit card sales, a 6 month a unsecured business loan was granted.
The kitchen was upgraded and the creditor was paid.
He is paying back his loan by weekly debit order.
Established 18 months earlier and was growing at a rapid rate.
The owner signed a property lease for 3 years.
He needed to upgrade the IT systems to cope with a new distribution contract he had secured.
A large portion of his payments were made via a portable payment POS credit card machine.
The lender assessed transactions going through his credit card account and granted a R 100 000 loan in 3 days.
Repayment was by daily debit order.
Repayments were negotiated to be at 10 % of the daily sales.
The business had been trading for 15 months in a shopping centre.
The shopping centre had recently been upgraded and so the owner needed to upgrade the shop décor.
Within 3 days of submitting all supporting documents the R 50 000 loan was granted.
Repayment is by 26 weekly debit orders.
A national chain of health boutiques was upgrading many of its outlets and needed R 500 000.
A large portion of sales were made by credit card / EFT POS.
After a little negotiation a loan of R 1.5 million was granted.
Repayment is by weekly debit order.
The company had been trading for more than 3 years.
Contracted clients made regular monthly payments by EFT into the bank account.
They needed a deposit to rent a new warehouse and applied for a loan.
A R 500 000, unsecured loan was approved in 5 working days.