Project Description

FORCE Webinar:

Axent Midwest Capital
MCA Secured Note Available


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Axent-Midwest Capital (AMC) has been on the front lines of the economic recovery by supporting businesses with Merchant Cash Advances since 2009 and is looking to raise capital to meet the high demand for businesses who need funding now for their operations.
The structure under which they are offering this opportunity is a note with a current pay ranging from 12% to 25% (depending on how much is invested).
We invite you to join CEO Paul Miller for his next webinar on July 7th as he talks about the AMC opportunity in Merchant Cash Advance.

Date & Time:

July 7, 12:00 PM EDT / 9:00 AM PDT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About Axent-Midwest Capital:

Last year, AMC participated in a portfolio that was spread across thousands of transactions, in 49 states. The AMC team has over 100 years of combined banking and finance experience with CEO Paul Miller being one of only 12 people who have the Money Service Bureau License Issued by the Department of Treasury under FINCEN (Financial Crimes Enforcement Network).

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