Where SaaS Founders Get Funding

Up to $1 million in 72 hours

We got $150K without giving up any equity

Ryan, Founder Phonewagon

Your Offer

Amount
$200,000
Total Loan Cost
$67,175
Interest
$67,175
Fees
$0
Total Repayment
$267,175
Repayments
48 x $5,566
Terms
4 years
Rate
15%

Can you spend $200,000 today and add more than $5,566 in new MRR?

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SaaS Debt Calculator

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No personal guarantee

No warrants

No origination fee

No pre-payment penalty

No board seat

1 page term sheet

3 steps, 30 seconds to unlock your capital

1. Get Your SaaS Credit Score

We give you a real time debt offer based off your operational KPI's. Better metrics? Cheaper money.

2. Your Simple Offer (No Lawyers Needed)

2-4 year payback period at a fixed interest rate. No warrants, origination fees, easy to understand.

3. We Wire You Money

Accept or reject offer to recieve your funds. Spend the money on whatever you need to grow.

Capital as a service

We lend money to software companies.

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Money how fast? Less than 4 days
What founders pay? 15% Interest
Equity? 0%
Personal guarantee? No
Board seat? No
Revenue required? At least $25K/mo
Based in the United States? Can be anywhere
 

Frequently asked questions

Capital for SaaS Founders

Term Loans

Term Loans usually have 15-30% interest rates with payback terms of 2-4 years. Watch out for covenants, warrants, and origination/prepayment fee’s which make the debt more expensive.

Revenue Based Financing (RBF)

RBF vendors usually max out at 3x your monthly revenue. Interest is disguised as a “payback cap” of 1.5-3x where they take 6-9% of your gross monthly receipts. There are usually massive prepayment penalties around 25% of the total loan size. If you grow faster, you pay the loan back faster and your interest rate gets very expensive.

Merchant Cash Advances (MCA)

MCA vendors typically can’t give you more than 1x your monthly revenue. Additionally, interest is disguised as a “one time fee” but is usually 25%+ in terms of cost of capital for the founder. You have to pay back the capital in 1 year versus 3+ years with other forms of debt. This limits the amount of time a founder has to make a return on each dollar of debt capital raised.

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