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Good cash flow is key for the health of any business. But seasonal fluctuations in trade can mean you sometimes need a boost. This is where Dojo Advance can help.
Unlike a traditional bank loan, repayments are made as a fixed percentage of your daily card takings – so you don’t need to pay back the same agreed amount every month. It’s funding that ebbs and flows with your business.
You can also monitor and renew your Dojo Advance funding anytime through your online account, so you're always in the know – and in control.
Just provide a few details about your business and the amount of funding you’d like.
If you're approved, you'll usually receive your funds within two business days.
Payments will be made automatically as a fixed percentage of your card takings.
Tell us your average monthly card revenue to find out how much funding you could be eligible for.
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We've partnered with leading provider, YouLend, to offer Dojo Advance. It’s flexible funding, tailored to small and medium-sized businesses, with repayments made as an agreed percentage of your daily card takings.
If you’d like to find out about Dojo Advance in a little more detail, visit our in-depth article.
You can access between £1,000 and £1,000,000, depending on your monthly card turnover. Once you’ve received your funds, you’ll make repayments as a fixed percentage of your daily card takings. So you’ll pay a little more on busier days, and a little less on quieter ones.
If you’re a small to medium-sized business that takes card payments, Dojo Advance is a simple way to access funds without having to commit to one defined monthly repayment. The repayments ebb and flow with your card machine revenue, putting you in control.
As with any product like this, it's important to consider that Dojo Advance is tailored to businesses that take card payments. If most of your payments are made in cash, this funding might not be appropriate.