Having problems after turning to Quicksilver Capital for business funding?
Many companies offer “innovative” funding to small businesses. However, these are often quick-fix cash flow solutions. In many cases, these options can leave businesses struggling to make payments while managing other expenses. Tayne Law Group P.C. has more than two decades of success in resolving business debt with creditors, including Quicksilver Capital.
Quicksilver Capital claims to offer alternatives to traditional bank loans and to have a simple and quick application process. The company offers working capital to small businesses from $10,000-$250,000. However, these kinds of loans can often have high-interest rates and short loan terms, making them difficult for businesses to repay.
These loans may not be the best alternatives to traditional bank loans. Instead, businesses may consider other options, such as short-term loans or lines of credit, if you can qualify. A short-term loan is typically easier to qualify for and generally has a repayment term of about three years. A line of credit allows the business to borrow as often as needed on a revolving loan at a moderate interest rate.
Tayne Law Group P.C. has proven success with this kind of business debt. For example, TLG has settled a client’s balance of nearly $14,000 with Quicksilver Capital for $5,000, saving the client close to $9,000. Quicksilver Capital is often represented by the law firm of Berkovitch & Bouskila. Tayne Law Group has been successful because our strategies focus on the solution that makes sense for you and your business. Make the right move for your business today – the call is always free! 1-866-890-7337.
FAQs about Quicksilver Capital
Quicksilver Capital claims to offer business funding to small businesses as an alternative to traditional bank loans.
The company claims to have business funding options from $10,000-$250,000 that are easily secured and that provide same-day access to capital. Additionally, the company claims to offer competitive rates and flexible repayment options.
Generally, the business repays the merchant cash advance with a portion of its sales on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. The business’s success and the length of the loan term determine the APR, which can be very high and include legal ramifications like liens or judgments.
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