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Fundkite Vs. Supervest MCA For Investors

Fundkite versus Supervest


Since 2015, we view our ourselves as innovators in the MCA Industry with proprietary technology, processes and products. As a result, our team and approach has been featured by top industry and financial media outlets. FundKite’s experienced team makes our application process incredibly fast, and our boutique financing approach allows our algorithms to develop offers tailored to business’s unique needs and growth goals. Most importantly, we believe in 100% transparency.

A Comparative Analysis of Fundkite And Supervest ®

† Information is based on publicly available information that FundKite believes to be accurate.
†† Supervest is a registered trademark owned by Supervest, LLC.
Minimum Amount $0 $25000
Funds Funds are held in your bank account until you select a deal to particpate in. Supervest ® needs investors to deposit funds before matching them with a funding opportunity. Unused balances are held in the account and only cash balances can be withdrawn.
Settlement of Funds When merchant payments are collected, funds are settled directly into your bank account. Funds are held by Supervest ®
Deal Selection Fundkite sources deals directly and through a network of brokers. Unknown
Underwriting Fundkite's in-house underwriting team is trained to handle the fast processing of A/R funds. Proprietary technology allows us to rapidly assess the credit-worthiness of a business to provide funding opportunities. Supervest ® uses outside or third-party underwriting. This delayed underwriting process leads to slow processing of funds.
Source of Funds Fundkite invests balance sheet capital along side you. Thus we take the same risk Supervest ® uses investor capital
Collections Fundkite has a full in-house legal team to persue defaults and collection matters. Relies on 3rd party collection companies.
Operating Since 2015 2018
FundKite offers a flexible and transparent MCA investment opportunity that is designed to provide superior returns while mitigating risk through prudent credit analysis and cash flow management.