PopCash Funding has announced a major improvement to the wildly popular new Revenue Based Finance Service. PopCash Funding has officially added several popular banks that they can integrate with to make life easier for small business owners seeking $1,000 of funding for their business.
PopCash Funding can now integrate and fund business bank accounts associated with multiple banks, including:
Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Chase Bank, US Bank, TD Bank, Navy Federal Credit Union, Citi, Capital One, PNC Bank, Truist, USAA Bank, Regions Bank, and Fifth Third Bank.
That is a total of thirteen banks that the popular new Revenue Based Finance Service can now integrate with for small business funding. That’s nine more banks than PopCash was originally able to integrate with at launch. So business owners holding accounts with the above-mentioned banks will be happy to hear that they can now receive up to$1000 business funding from PopCash.
The changes in the Revenue Based Finance Service were brought about to help increase the number of business owners they can service and fund. As part of an ongoing effort to improve the user experience for PopCash Funding, customers can continue to expect PopCash Funding to make regular updates and improvements, both now and in the future to continue to better the new Revenue Based Finance Service.
PopCash Funding’s Head of Marketing had this to say:
“We’ve been rolling out several improvements and upgrades to the service since launch to make the end-user experience much better. We’ve made it even easier and even more streamlined. Plus, with the additions of all these new banks we can now fund and support, we believe this will greatly expand the number of business owners that PopCash Funding can assist.”
PopCash Funding encourages all small business owners that are still looking to receive funding from PopCash to apply today, you can do so directly on their website at https://popcashfunding.com/ by completing the simple online application.
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