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Applying for a Loan

  • 01. Is there any cost or obligation when I apply?

    There is no obligation and no cost whatsoever when you apply for funding from Mulligan.

  • 02. How much can I get?

    The amount of funding available to your business will depend on a variety of factors. Our offer will be tailored to your specific situation. Based upon your needs, finances and business revenue, we’ll work together to create a package that works best for your business.

  • 03. How much funding can I expect to qualify for?

    A reasonable expectation is between 6-12% of your gross annual sales. Contact us today to determine exactly how much you’re qualified to receive.

  • 04. How long does it take to get approved and receive my funds?

    Not only is the application process quick and easy, our approval process normally completes within a few hours. Funds are typically delivered the next business day.

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Qualifying for a Loan

  • 01. Do I qualify for more working capital?

    You’ll likely qualify for one of our financing options if your business has:
    – Been in business for at least 9 months
    – At least $120,000 in revenue over the last 12 months
    – 3 months of business banking statements
    – No open bankruptcies

  • 02. Does my credit score affect my eligibility for a loan?

    Your credit score is only one of many factors Mulligan Funding uses to determine your eligibility for funds. It is NOT the primary decision criteria for loan approval. And, perfect credit is not required.

  • 03. Do you require collateral?

    We do NOT require any of your assets to be assigned as collateral.

  • 04. Will you pull my credit report?

    We perform a “soft pull” credit check after you apply for funding. This process will not leave a footprint on your credit report. 

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Terms of a Loan

  • 01. What is the typical length of a loan?

    Timeframes are determined on an individual basis. They normally range from 6 to 18 months.

  • 02. Are there restrictions on how I can use my funds?

    Unlike a bank loan, you are free to use the funds for any business purpose. At Mulligan, we believe you know your business needs best.

  • 03. How does repayment work?

    Repayment consists of a small daily fixed payment. You’ll never need to worry about coming up with a large monthly payment. Small daily ACH payments ensure you won’t need to be concerned about sending in checks or missing due dates.

  • 04. Can I pay off my loan off early?

    You can repay your outstanding balance at any time without incurring any new charges.

Your best option

Why is a Working Capital Loan Better than a Merchant Cash Advance?

A working capital loan has several advantages over a merchant cash advance:

01.

The amount of a merchant cash advance is predicated strictly upon your debit and credit card transactions. If your total revenue is $1,000,000.00 but only $400,000 of that are card transactions, this would severely restrict the loan amount available to you.

02.

Merchant cash advance payment amounts fluctuate from day to day based on a percentage of your sales. This would make it impossible to determine exactly how long it would take you to comfortably repay the loan.

03.

Merchant cash advance lenders may require you to change your credit card processor, exerting more control over your account.

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A working capital loan has none of the these limitations.

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Is Mulligan Funding
a Direct Lender
Or a Broker?

Mulligan Funding is a direct lender. Because of this, our clients have direct access to the source of their funding. The buck literally stops here. If you have a question, concern or want to run an idea by us, you have a dedicated financing expert to assist you every step of the way.

Brokers collect applications from business owners, but submit them to lenders, such as Mulligan, to get approvals and funds. When you deal with a broker your credit may be pulled by multiple sources, adversely affecting your credit score.

Direct lending

Is Mulligan Funding
a Direct Lender
Or a Broker?

Mulligan Funding is a direct lender. Because of this, our clients have direct access to the source of their funding. The buck literally stops here. If you have a question, concern or want to run an idea by us, you have a dedicated financing expert to assist you every step of the way.

Brokers collect applications from business owners, but submit them to lenders, such as Mulligan, to get approvals and funds. When you deal with a broker your credit may be pulled by multiple sources, adversely affecting your credit score.

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855-326-3564