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Note: Creek Capital, Inc. and its logo(s) are trademarks of the Creek Corporation, Inc. Creek Capital, Inc. does not offer business credit or loans directly. Creek Capital, Inc offers through its affiliates and subsidiaries three products, a Merchant Cash Advance and a Small Business Loan , Receivable Financing and Merchant Cash Advance or MCA is not a loan but is the purchase of the future credit and/or debit card receivables of the Applicant’s business. An MCA has no maturity date and/or fixed payments. A small business loan has fixed payments and a maturity date. Creek Capital, Inc. © 2016 All Rights Reserved.
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