MCAs are not loans; they provide capital by allowing you to sell a portion the company’s future credit and debit card sales, in exchange for a discounted purchase price, paid up-front.
A Consolidation Program is typically used for restructuring debt, buying out prior cash advances to get a better rate, adding capital to current funding programs, or to decrease daily/monthly payments.
A line of credit gives you capital to draw upon as you need it to meet a variety of business needs; these can include more working capital, inventory, seasonal cash flows, and/or pay off other debt.
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