Grab bigger opportunities and grow your business

Get up to 2x your monthly revenue as an InstantAdvance and pay in instalments, as a proportion of sales.

Apply now

Cash shortages limit growth

Rejecting big orders because you can’t fulfil them…

Needing to make a big purchase to scale up…

Can’t afford extra marketing or inventory…

Small to medium-sized businesses often seek traditional financial help to overcome these hurdles. But they only have access to slow, inflexible loans and other repayment facilities that don’t offer the ease and security they want. So, they regularly decline great opportunities.

Get what you need to grow

Take on big opportunities and pay for the materials, staff, equipment, or unexpected costs that you need to fulfil with InstantAdvance. Flat fee, instant access capital. Made simple for SMEs.

Advance up to 2x your monthly revenue with fees that start from 3%.

Payments are calculated on your sales. So you pay as you profit.

No interest, just a single fee.
No equity dilution.
No personal guarantee.
No confusion.

You are in safe hands

Previse uses data and smart technology to make finance simple for our customers. We pride ourselves on making life easier with:

  • Quick and easy applications
  • A friendly team that understands small business
  • Flexibility that makes finance simple
years supporting SMEs
spend processed
transactions every day


How InstantAdvance works

No lengthy setup process or hidden fees.
When we say we make finances simple, we mean it.

1. Connect

your accounting and banking data

2. Confirm

your credit limit with regular auto-updates

3. Draw

cash on demand and it will be in your account the next day

4. Pay in installments

as a proportion of your sales

What you need to get started

To apply you must:
  • be a business registered in the US
  • have US resident Directors

We will also ask for some straightforward details about the nature of your business and its finances.

If we can help, then we’ll ask you to link your account via Open Banking, or you can upload your recent bank statements. It’s up to you.