We are partners with a company who offer unique services for business owners who might be drowning in business debt and wish to restructure and or modify their current debt in order to free up some cash.
*You do not need to be a client of ours to use their services!
Below are some of the services they provide. If you would like us to introduce & put you in direct contact with them just send us an email and in the subject line write (Restructure & Modify Business debt) We will put you in contact right away!.
Email us at info@VossSolutions.Co or info@VossFunding.com
Include in your email the following:
Subject line: (Restructure & Modify Business debt)
Amount of your current business debt:
Services they offer:
Specializes in restructuring and MODIFYING business debt with 100% payback to the lenders. (NOT A SETTLEMENT COMPANY!!)
We have in-house counsel, and an excellent relationship with the MCA lenders, law firms and collections agencies.
We use our expertise and relationships to negotiate permanent new contracts with the existing lenders and cut merchant payments 50% to 70% to give
them increased cash flow and room to breathe.
There are no upfront fees. The restructured contract and reduced payments include Attorney cost and fees.
We take the merchant out of daily payments.
By negotiating a permanent new reduced payment, we are significantly lowering the merchants DTI which will strengthen their credit profile—by paying back 100% the debt is classified as paid in full
We do get lenders to offer principal reductions in some cases while negotiating but do not approach negotiations as a debt settlement to protect merchant and maintain positive relationships with the lending community.
We are not a lender and any lending inquiries from your referral would be routed back to you. We value our referral relationships.
Our wheelhouse is the Merchant Cash Advance loans, we can also work with business credit cards and vendor debt as well.
Qualifications for Program
$50,000 in unsecured debt
No FICO requirement
Business in financial hardship (does not have to be in default)
Sufficient cash flow to afford reduced payments toward debt