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Answers to our most frequently asked questions.

  • Is there a cost for The MCA University class?
    NO, there is NO cost for our Merchant Cash Advance Sales Training class or recordings with Bret Martin.
  • What if I can't attend Bret's live training?
    No problem at all! We send you recordings of each of Bret's four classes as opposed to coming to Bret's class live.
  • How do I get paid?
    We send a wire transfer. If you don't have a bank account, we pay your firend, your family member, it does not matter to us, we want to get you paid!
  • Can you pay my company?
    Yes, it is up to you, we will pay you, OR we can pay your company.
  • What is the interest rate?
    Our business loans/advances are each customized as per each clients life and business life from a performance stand point- so the more poorly they have performed in life and in buisness the worse their offer, but they will probably still receive and offer. If they have done a great job of perforning in their personal life and their business life than they will get a great offer from us at Mom and Pop Business Funding.
  • How much will a company/business qualify for?
    Up to two times their gross monthly deposits in their business bank account- so as an example, if they gross $100,000.00 monthly into their business bank account they would qualify for up to $200,000.00.
  • What if the business owner has bad credit, bankruptcies, or tax liens?"
    These are each perfectly OK, so long as they are NOT in a bankruptcy now.
  • Are there pre payment penalties?
    No, in fact, we allow up to 50% off the cost of money if they pay the business loan/advance paid off early.
  • How long does it take to get the money?
    1 to 2 business days, often times the same day as the application.
  • What are the terms of the loans?
    The business loans/advances can be amortized out over 7 months to 36 months.
  • I don't have a business, but I would like to start one, can I still get a loan from Mom and Pop Business Funding?"
    No, unfortunately we do NOT provide money to start ups, the business needs to be in business at least 6 months.
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