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TMR CEO Jason Reddish interview on Unemployment on 1490 AM News Radio KORN

Written by Tony Zeoli

On March 16, 2016

Listen to Total Merchant Resources CEO, Jason Reddish, interview by 1490 AM News Radio KORN Morning Show host, Randall Dewitt, on the topic of how unemployment is forcing unemployed workers to consider entrepreneurship.

Jason discusses how the Total Merchant Resources merchant cash advance and credit card processing programs support new entrepreneurs transitioning from the traditional workforce to small business ownership with funding for expansion, repairs, capital expenditures, payroll, and other capital intensive needs outside of the traditional banking system, which can take up to 3 months for an answer.

If you are a new or existing small business owner seeking funding for improvements and other capital intensive needs, apply now and you’ll have an answer from Total Merchant Resources within 3 business days. Learn more about our merchant cash advance and merchant services programs.

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