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A merchant cash advance (MCA) is a type of financing in which a business sells a percentage of their future credit/debit sales for an upfront amount. The MCA lender gets paid by directly debiting the card receipts from the merchant’s account daily, before the business itself can access any money from sales.

Compared to bank loans, the application process is a lot more pleasant. The interest rates are higher than what banks would offer but it’s more accessible and convenient. Some common term loan providers are Funding Circle, Dealstruck, and Fundation.