It's time to level up.
Unlike a traditional business loan, Paysafe Capital offers an advance on future sales, easily repaid through ACH from an existing bank account or via a split payment from existing credit card sales.
It’s fast: access up to $150,000* in as quick as one business day.
“I had a great experience with Paysafe. They got me the advance I needed for my upcoming season. Great company!”
- Pinewood Hunting Lodge
A better alternative to borrowing.
If you’re not a Paysafe customer, you can pay back your advance conveniently and easily through your bank account via daily ACH debit. If you’d rather, you can pay it back through a Paysafe merchant account.
The choice is yours.
Ready to move forward?
How it works:
1. Get in touch
Contact an experienced specialist.
Complete the quick and easy application.
Choose your payback program.
4. Receive funds
Get up to $150,000* in as little as a day.
“The Paysafe team was very effective in explaining Paysafe Capital™. I received $10,000 for my expansion the next week without any issues.”
- Caribbean Lunchbox
Paysafe Capital™ can help you with:
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*Final value based upon application approval. Certain terms and conditions may apply. Typical transactions will occur within 3-10 calendar days; depending on the cash advance application's responsiveness in providing documentation.
**Funding time calculation reflects timing from funding approval to initiation of ACH funds transfer. Settlement of funds to business’s bank account may take additional time depending on the receiving bank.
Paysafe CapitalTM does not provide loans or extensions of credit. A merchant cash advance (MCA) is not a loan, but a true purchase of a merchant’s future credit card receivables. This type of merchant financing is repaid over time using a percentage of a merchant’s daily credit and debit card receivables. In an MCA transaction, there is no guarantee of “repayment,” such as those associated with loan financing, and business owners do not guarantee the delivery of the purchased receivables nor do they pledge personal collateral to secure such an obligation.