It depends on if you can pay it off or not. It is definitely a risk.
When you are having trouble with business finances, limited resources, and credit, you may feel that a merchant cash advance or another business loan may be your only option to cover your business expenses.
Many people think they’ll pay off the loan with their next job or sale, but that’s not always a reliable solution. If that money doesn’t come in, you could end up doing more harm than good. MCAs often have very high interest rates, making them harder to pay off.
People who struggle with repayment or default on merchant cash advances could face lawsuits, judgments, UCC liens, frozen bank accounts, or other extreme actions taken by a creditor in these kinds of lending practices.
When you seek business MCA debt relief with Tayne Law Group, know that you have a team of experienced professionals ready to assist and work with you to get you through the process of resolving these kinds of matters. MCA and other cash advance inventory purchases can end up strangling your business, especially if it’s out of control.
Call Tayne Law at (866) 890-7337