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  • tunescool's Avatar
    Today, 04:12 AM
    https://www.fiverr.com/cr7teammca?source=order_page_summary_seller_link
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  • Sundance's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:27 PM
    Sundance replied to a thread Dump Truck Purchase in Deal Bin
    Thanks Josh and Nick...will be reaching out shortly...
    4 replies | 80 view(s) |
  • Christian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:41 PM
    Anyone know?
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  • brc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:11 PM
    brc replied to a thread Small Deals in Deal Bin
    Got any small purchase order deals?
    3 replies | 56 view(s) |
  • aak723's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:14 PM
    aak723 replied to a thread Small Deals in Deal Bin
    Thanks Josh! Haven't heard of expansion. I'm surprised not many lenders do the small ones after what we've come through as a country. But that doesn't stop them from calling me 50 times a day trying to get all the A paper.
    3 replies | 56 view(s) |
  • FundingStrategist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:44 PM
    One week before the first Macintosh computer was supposed to ship, Steve Jobs' engineers told him they were running behind and could not make the deadline. On a very uncomfortable conference call, the engineers explained that they would need an additional two weeks' work before it was ready. Jobs responded calmly, explaining to the engineers that if they could make it in two weeks, they could surely make it in one. There was no real difference in the timeframe, and, more importantly, they'd come this far and done such good work, there was no way they would not ship January 16th, the original ship date. Jobs' expectations and insistence continually pushed his engineers past what they thought was possible. The engineers rallied and made their deadline. Early in life, Steve came to find that reality was a collection of falsely hemmed-in rules and compromises that people had been taught as children. Through continued practice, Jobs came to develop a much more aggressive idea of what was or wasn't possible. To him, the combination of vision and work ethic could make much of life malleable. Those who worked closely with him, called it "Steve's reality distortion field." His sheer drive, ambition and motivational tactics made him notoriously dismissive of phrases like "It can't be done" or "We need more time." In the design stages for a new mouse, Jobs wanted it to move with more fluidity in any direction - a new development for a mouse at that time. The lead engineer was told by one of his designers that this would be commercially impossible and what Jobs wanted was not realistic and would not work. The next day, the lead engineer arrived at work to find that Steve had fired the employee who'd said that. His replacement's first words were: "I can build the mouse." Jobs often channeled Napoleon, shouting to his soldiers: "There shall be no Alps!" Our perceptions, self-esteem, and what we've been taught earlier in life can have a great effect on what we believe we are and are not capable of. When we believe in the obstacle more than the goal, which will eventually win? Apple's products often brought a sense of wonder, feeling almost impossibly futuristic and intuitive, to their customers. This because Jobs had pushed through what others thought were hard limitations, and as a result, Apple continually created products most people did not believe could exist. Jobs learned to reject the first judgments and objections because they almost always were rooted in fear. When he ordered the special glass for the first iPhone, the manufacturer couldn't believe the aggressive deadline. "We don't have the capacity," they said. "Don't be afraid," Jobs replied. "You can do it. Get your mind around it. You can do it." Nearly overnight, manufacturers transformed their facilities into glass-making behemoths, and within six months they'd made enough for the first run of the phone. Covid. Lockdowns. PPP. Regulation. Landscape radically changed. Obstacles illuminate new options, and for those who press on, what is and what is not possible. Keep calm and Fund on. -FundingStrategist https://fundingstrat.com https://fundingstrat.com/reality/
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  • DonMcGrath's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:15 PM
    Just here to show funders the best of the beaten...., I mean best.
    14 replies | 744 view(s) |
  • JParr's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:14 PM
    Replied to your other thread. We can help out with this.
    1 replies | 54 view(s) |
  • JParr's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:13 PM
    JParr replied to a thread Small Deals in Deal Bin
    I've funded quite a few small deals with Expansion, they were known for their $5-$6k approvals. It's been a couple years since I've done anything with them so their programs may have changed.
    3 replies | 56 view(s) |
  • JParr's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    JParr replied to a thread Dump Truck Purchase in Deal Bin
    SLIM Capital is a direct lender and we fund a ton of trucks, especially vocational. Based on what you've shared so far this should be a great fit for our App Only program. Give me a call at (415) 938-4977.
    4 replies | 80 view(s) |
  • NickHubbard's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:55 PM
    NickHubbard replied to a thread Dump Truck Purchase in Deal Bin
    https://www.360equipmentfinance.com http://www.dakotafinancial.com https://slimcapital.com https://avtechcapital.com https://www.maximcc.com http://nmef.com
    4 replies | 80 view(s) |
  • ectorro's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:39 PM
    ectorro replied to a thread Gary Marsh?? in Merchant Cash Advance
    Don McGrath, your posts are the best!
    14 replies | 744 view(s) |
  • aak723's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:21 PM
    aak723 started a thread Small Deals in Deal Bin
    Hey guys: anyone out there funding small deals for $10-$12K deposits? Trying to get some of these businesses off the ground that have been hit with the pandemic.
    3 replies | 56 view(s)
  • DonMcGrath's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:06 PM
    Gary, Gary, Gary.... We have a kill on sight order involving Mr. marsh, in the www.dumbleads.com office. Any agent we catch verifying his information, is dragged into the parking lot, has his keycard revoked, and has 20 minutes to clean out his desk, before he becomes property of the Purge. We’re not going to waste our clients’ time with dandruff like him, and any agent who isn’t in line with putting our Isos first and best, quickly finds out what it like to hide in a broom closet for the next 12 hours with a dying cell phone flashlight and an old mop bucket to freshen up in. #ISOS-RULE
    14 replies | 744 view(s) |
  • JakeS's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:47 PM
    Flash will fund behind PayPal.
    6 replies | 307 view(s) |
  • Yankeeman07's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:57 PM
    Yankeeman07 replied to a thread Dump Truck Purchase in Deal Bin
    Truck Dealer cannot secure financing?
    4 replies | 80 view(s) |
  • Sundance's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:26 PM
    I have an owner operator in Ohio looking to purchase a late model dump truck. Purchase price :100k Client can put 20-25% down. Fico around 650 Truck would be used for hauling recycle materials. PM me if you know of a good lender for this.
    1 replies | 54 view(s)
  • Sundance's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:25 PM
    Sundance started a thread Dump Truck Purchase in Deal Bin
    I have an owner operator in Ohio looking to purchase a late model dump truck. Purchase price :100k Client can put 20-25% down. Fico around 650 Truck would be used for hauling recycle materials. PM me if you know of a good lender for this.
    4 replies | 80 view(s)
  • ghosthand's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:18 PM
    Obviously a seasonal type business, never dealt with one before. Avg rev: 100k-150k monthly
    0 replies | 34 view(s)
  • Kevin Henry-Seacoast's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:46 PM
    100K/Month is kind of small for us, but would be happy to take a look. We know Agriculture well. KH
    1 replies | 107 view(s) |
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  • alcap's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:40 PM
    Anyone funding factoring agg in CA? 100K month revenue. Business 2yo =/- no UUC.
    1 replies | 107 view(s)
  • Kevin Henry-Seacoast's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:07 AM
    Hi DF, Most of you know..... We are Seacoast Business Funding a division of Seacoast Bank. We provide flexible working capital solutions in the forms of factoring and asset based lines of credit. We provide facilities to companies selling products and/or services to commercial customers nationally. We are very unique in the market as we are a division of a bank, but we are far from bankers. All of our credit decisions are within our division, we move much faster than banks, and can work with challenged clients. In this environment it is critical to work with financing partners that have a balance sheet and don't have to answer to credit partners. One industry we are quite active is agriculture distributor. Many of these companies are based in the US and the owners own the actual farms in Central and South America. They grow products on their own farms or use contract growers and use the US distribution company to sell to large commercial customers in the US. Many of these companies suffer from working capital challenges: -Farming operations is capital intensive. -US customers can have extended terms. -The business can be very seasonal. Example: Peak selling season for flower distributors if February and May. -Most don't have the ability to move funds from their US company to pay for contract growers or make investments in their own farms due to covenant restrictions in their bank facilities. -A lot of lenders/finance companies don't understand the industry and some companies are regulated (PACA). All the above has many of these companies struggling with working capital as traditional bank facilities are tightened due to COVID, meanwhile some of these companies are flourishing. Our Ideal Client: -Based anywhere in the US selling products to commercial customers. -Products: fruits, vegetables, and flowers. -Revenues: $2Mil to well over $300Mil -Facility needs: $500K to well over $30Mil. I am closing a transaction for such a company this month. They currently have a facility with a traditional bank, but the covenants are very restrictive which is stifling growth. We gladly pay our referral partners referral fees. Best, Kevin
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  • Winning's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:08 AM
    If an "A" Paper merchant has a paypal advance, why would a funder not consider paypal as a first position?
    6 replies | 307 view(s) |
  • TheUnderwritingProdigy's Avatar
    03-04-2021, 11:50 PM
    super smart move by them.. kind of like shopify, but not so much.. unless you want to fuck over the people that pay you, you'll probably keep your shit in line while having an advance w them.. just my .02
    1 replies | 234 view(s) |
  • TheUnderwritingProdigy's Avatar
    03-04-2021, 10:32 PM
    How about funders like CFG that use Datamerch and then never post a single default while just reaping the benefits of everyone else's contributions? WE NEED ACCOUNTABILITY! lol
    25 replies | 1300 view(s) |
  • Yankeeman07's Avatar
    03-04-2021, 10:01 PM
    You are seeking a credit card processor that boards merchant from PR? BTW - ISO = Independent Sales Organization , of which there are 1000's - if what you are seeking is a company that is Registered Directly with the Card Networks, (Visa/MasterCard/Amex/Discover), Someone on the Green Sheets may be able to guide you.
    1 replies | 53 view(s) |
  • DTFdowntofund's Avatar
    03-04-2021, 07:33 PM
    DTFdowntofund replied to a thread Hard money cannabis in Deal Bin
    I can assist here. PM me.
    1 replies | 129 view(s) |
  • k lion's Avatar
    03-04-2021, 06:55 PM
    k lion started a thread Hard money cannabis in Deal Bin
    I have a merchant who needs $17 million. Experienced and licensed cannabis grower. Bought a property with a building on it outright in massachusetts, licensed to do business there. Needs 300,000 to get started on a $17,000,000 construction project on this land. Will need the remainder as construction evolves. Needs around 15% interest only for 3 years.
    1 replies | 129 view(s)
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