Montreal, Canada, September 19, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- CFC, the first Canadian company to offer merchant cash advances, is now partnering with Canadian ISOs to provide businesses with financing based on their future debit and credit card sales.
CFC was formed in June 2006 as the sister company to Cardex Corporation, Canada’s leading payment processor, to help merchants grow by offering them cash advances on their future debit and credit card receivables. With Cardex’s recent acquisition by Pivotal Payments, CFC is now in the position to act as a stand-alone company and continue to offer merchant cash advances to a wider array of Canadian SMEs, as well as ISOs, sub ISOs, agents and business partners. By partnering with CFC, ISOs can now compete on factors other than price as well as generate an additional revenue stream and increased customer loyalty.
“The traditional reason for SME failure is due to their cash flow, merchant cash advances allow millions of businesses to not only survive but also thrive in their new positions”, said Peter Mazoff, President of CFC.
Founded in 2006, in Montreal, Canada, CFC is the first Canadian source of merchant cash advances. Working with approved debit and credit card processors to provide merchants with small business financing based on their Electronic Payment Sales.
For more information, please visit their website at: www.cfcadvances.com
Tel.: (514) 670-9745 x 315