• Q? Where do you fund small businesses?

    A: We fund businesses in the United States including the U.S. Territories: American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and the U.S Virgin Islands. We also fund in Canada except for the Saskatchewan province.

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  • Q? Are there restrictions on the use of the working capital funding?

    A: No.

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  • Q? Do you fund businesses in Puerto Rico?

    A: Yes

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  • Q? Does Greenbox Capital offer lines of credit?

    A: Similar to a line of credit, businesses can draw less than the full amount approved for their Merchant Cash Advance and then request more as needed so long as the business health remains unchanged or improves.

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  • Q? If I need additional financing, can I apply for another cash advance?

    A. Yes. Once you have repaid 50% of your original cash advance, you are eligible to apply for another cash advance, called a renewal. In most cases, Greenbox Capital will increase the amount of the advance you are eligible to receive.

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  • Q? What information do you need from me to apply?

    A. The information needed depends on the cash advance or loan amount. We may need:

    • Credit card statements for the previous 3 months
    • Bank statements for the last previous 3 months
    • A completed application
    • Emailed or faxed photocopy of your driver’s license
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  • Q? I have a low credit score. Can I still qualify?

    A: Yes. Credit scores are not central to the approval process.

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  • Q? How fast can I access working capital cash?

    A: Pre-approval takes minutes. We can deposit cash in your account as fast as 24 hours.

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  • Q? How much working capital can I receive?

    A: $5,000 to $250,000. Businesses can get approved for 70% to 100% of their monthly revenue.

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  • Q? How do businesses qualify?

    A: We require a minimum average of $7,500 monthly revenue in each of the past three months, at least 5 months in business, among other things.

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