BFS Captial Reviews and Ratings

BFS Captial

Although their head office is located in South Florida, BFS Capital also offers small business loans and merchant cash advances to every Canadian province, as well as through their partner (Boost Capital) in the United Kingdom. They’ve been given an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and are responsible for shelling out more than $2 billion in funding to small and medium sized businesses alike. Although their approval process may vary from country to country, no matter what your credit history looks like, you’ll have a good chance of being approved if your business plan is viable.

Business Hours
Monday to Friday (8am-6pm EST)

Support Offered

  • Contact centre
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Services Offered

Conditions & Rates

  • Interest rate:
  • Amount:
    $5,000 - $5,000,000
  • Term:
    4 - 18 months

Eligibility & Documents

  • Who is eligible:
    Must have a business that’s been in operation for at least 9 months in Canada
    Must not have excessive tax liens, ongoing legal judgements, or bankruptcies
    Must possess a bank balance of at least $1,500 monthly OR $4,000 in credit card sales monthly.
  • What you need to provide:
    Completed application form
    Most recent 4 months of business bank statements
    Most recent 3 months of business credit card statements
    Valid driver’s license
    Voided business check

Repayment & Issuance

  • How fast can you get the money
    2 business days
  • Funding method
    Direct deposit
  • How does repayment work
    Fixed daily or weekly payments Automatic debit transactions

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