Got Capital provides fast, simple and reliable funding to businesses across the UK. Discover why they’re one of our trusted lenders here.
Who is Got Capital?
Got Capital is a funding provider working with businesses to help them find the working capital they need to expand their business. Whether you need funds to pay wages, plug cash flow short-term or renovate your premises, you can use your working capital loan however you see fit.
What type of finance does Got Capital offer?
Got Capital makes funding accessible to many small businesses. Borrowers don’t need to offer collateral, show their business plan, or sign a personal guarantee. Instead, they can apply and access up to £200,000, get approval in just 24 hours and see funds in 48 hours.
If you’ve been trading for at least three months, you can apply for a working capital loan. If you have bad credit, don’t let that hold you back from applying. Got Capital accepts applications from all credit scores.
How does Got Capital work?
You can apply for finance through the Got Capital website by completing a short application form and sharing your last three months of business bank statements. Or, you can choose Got Capital from our comparison table after comparing other loan options side-by-side.
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Whatever your industry sector, circumstances or credit rating, we've helped many businesses across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland secure the finance they need to grow.