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  • Business: A business entity will borrow or sell an ownership stake.
    Consumer: An individual is borrowing the money.
    Non-Profit: A 501-c3 organization is seeking money.
    Charitable Cause: Donations, typically for an individual or family,
    sought for specific cause, such as to help with medical expenses.
    Includes individuals seeking funding for charitable events and personal projects.
  • Broker: A Broker represents multiple finance sources to get customer one or more quotes. May offer a variety of loan types.
    Crowdfunding: The website provides a platform for multiple investors and individuals to choose which businesses, consumers and charities to support so that the money is raised from the “crowd”, not just 1 company or individual.
    Direct Lender: Lender raises money from investors and lends directly to the borrower.
    P2P: Peer to Peer Lending, where individual investors bid against each other to fund a loan so the borrower can get money from the lowest cost offer.
  • Equity: Help business sell partial ownership stake in exchange for invested funds.
    Reward: People will receive a product or service in exchange for the money your website helps them raise. Examples include pre-orders for new products or selling T-shirts to raise money.
    Donation: The recipient does not repay the money received.
    Debt or Advances/Purchases: The business or consumer must pay back money received during financing process with interest or additional cost.
    Debt Types:
    AR: Accounts receivable loans, which are different from Factoring or Revenue Cash Advance, as the amount loaned is based invoice collection history and the total accounts receivable balance at time of loan.
    Asset Backed: Borrower provides tangible assets as collateral. Includes equipment leasing.
    Factor AR: aka Factoring Accounts Receivable. Specific invoices are “sold” to the factor at a discount.
    Inventory: Also known as Working Capital financing, where lender provides money based on the value of inventory or other working capital held by borrower.
    Merchant Cash Advance: Also known as an MCA, purchase future credit card receipts for a discount and seller pays back daily from credit card sales. Sometimes called a Business Cash Advance.
    Revenue Cash Advance: Similar to an MCA but for businesses that typically invoice instead of getting paid by credit card. Paid back by a set amount automatically withdrawn from checking account each business day. Sometimes called a Business Cash Advance.
    Supply Chain: Also known as Purchase Order finance, where lender provides money based on orders received.
    Unsecured Loans: Loan based on overall credit worthiness of company or individual, not any of the specific assets as described in other debt types.
  • Good: The business or individual seeking money has a good credit history and credit rating.
    Not Good: Includes businesses and individuals who have average or bad credit or companies that are so new or small that they don’t have a history or qualify as having Good credit.
    Start-up: Early stage company, typically with or seeking independent financial investors or loans.

    If your website helps raise donations, no credit quality selection is required.

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