B2B Lending, Merchant Cash Advances, & More

Alternative Funding Services

Businesses need funding for various reasons – to expand, replace equipment, pay employees, etc. Traditional banks will deny funding to small businesses that haven’t been in business long enough or if the owner has bad credit. Connect2Funding offers alternative funding options so that businesses in the United States can receive the financial assistance they need.

Through business-to-business lending, merchant cash advances, and UCC loans, we help businesses connect with alternative lenders who are willing to provide assistance.

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B2B Lending

B2B lending is available to help business-to-business experiences grow. With funding available to small and medium-sized businesses, these businesses can finance new real estate, make payroll, or expand into new services.

Small Business Loans

Small business loans provide capital to small businesses that can be used for many purposes such as renovations, working capital, staffing, business expansion, and much more.

Lines of Credit

A line of credit is a preset amount that a business can tap into to borrow when needed. Contact us at Connect2Funding if you believe a line of credit will help your business succeed.

Invoice Factoring

Invoice factoring allows businesses to sell their invoices to a third party at discount. This helps to keep cash flowing and since it’s not a loan, you are not required to pay anything back.

Merchant Cash Advance

Merchant cash advances allow businesses more flexibility because advances have variable payments based on credit card sales or receivables. Business cash advances give businesses access to funds quickly and easily in exchange for mutually agreed upon discounted future revenue receivables. This type of financing is best for businesses that accept credit card payments and need capital quickly.

UCC Liens

UCC liens or UCC filings are filed by the creditor as collateral when a business takes out a loan. It means that the lender is able to seize, foreclose, or sell the property if the business does not repay the loan. Oftentimes a UCC is filed because a piece of equipment may break and a business needs funding quickly to repair or replace it. The lender will hold the lien until it is paid back. In the meantime, the business is able to continue with its work without a hitch.

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For additional information, please call our office toll-free at 844-442-3863 and we will be in touch.


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