Ocean Pacific Capital provides large business lines of credit that will give your business access to cash, whenever you need it, up to a prespecified amount.
The main advantage of a business line of credit is flexibility. Funds are always available when you need them and you pay no interest until you draw on the credit line which makes it great for emergencies. The line of credit can be secured or unsecured, with multiple repayment options and loan amounts starting from $5 million to $300 million.
Business lines of credit are great for a variety of ongoing or short-term financing needs, such as improving cash flow, acquiring working capital, purchasing inventory, materials, or equipment, and financing accounts receivable.
Our Business Credit Line programs can be a powerful tool to help you manage your finances more efficiently. It can be used to help maintain a steady cash flow, take advantage of supplier discounts to purchase inventory or pay bills while receivables are in the process of being collected.
Call us today at (800) 595-1474 to discuss how our business credit line programs can help your business grow.
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