Having trouble paying a business debt from Advantage Capital?
Business debt, like the loans offered from Advantage Capital, can be difficult to repay, especially when there are other bills that have to be paid too. Having this kind of business debt can make it difficult to keep your business afloat and can start to jam your cash flow. Tayne Law Group, P.C. can help you find a debt solution that makes sense. There is a way to resolve debt and pay bills without filing bankruptcy and taking on more debt.
Advantage Capital claims to offer non-traditional financing options to small businesses looking to grow, particularly in underserved communities. While these kinds of loans can seem to be helpful, high APRs and demanding payment schedules can make them difficult to repay. Quick-fix solutions can often lead to long-term problems and even more debt for your business.
Short-term business loans and small business lines of credit can be good options for businesses looking to avoid the kind of financing offered by Advantage Capital. Short-term loans can be a great alternative for businesses that are having trouble qualifying for other loans, but those loans may come with strings attached. These loans can offer a substantial amount of funding with a repayment term of about three years. Additionally, lines of credit offer revolving credit, meaning you can borrow against it as often you’d like and at a rate you can afford. However, if you can’t qualify and now have a lot of debt, it’s time to consider an alternative.
That’s where Tayne Law Group, P.C. comes in. With more than two decades of experience specifically in the debt arena, we can work with you to get your business back on track. We provide personalized attention with a law firm that has your back. We’ll find a solution that is best for your specific situation. And we’ll never ask you to go into more debt. We’re here to help, and the call is always free.
FAQs about Advantage Capital
The company claims to provide working capital to small businesses focused on growth in underserved communities. They work with businesses at the start-up and expansion stage and may offer to provide equity capital, which is cash to help fund the business’s growth. Additionally, they state that the capital they provide can be used for equipment purchases, expansion, ownership transition, or purchase of real estate.
The company may offer funding options to small businesses that may be struggling to qualify for traditional loans making it easier to get cash fast.
Often, businesses must use a portion of sales to repay small business loans like those from Advantage Capital. This may be done on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. The frequency with which payments are made determines the loans APR. These loans may also include a confession of judgment against the business owners. This is a legal document that can be easily misunderstood and forced upon a business owner in order to get the cash or loans needed for their business.
Advantage Capital’s offices are located in:
7733 Forsyth Blvd. Suite 1400
St. Louis, MO 63105
Phone: (314) 725-0800
909 Poydras Street, Suite 2230
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 522-4850
They also have various other locations throughout the United States, including in New York.