In response to these challenges, Seed provides a full suite of banking features built into easy-to-use, beautifully designed online app, including a Visa ® Business Debit card, free bill pay, transfers, mobile deposits, and electronic vendor payments via ACH or paper check.
In addition to standard banking services, Seed offers unique features and benefits designed for the small business owner:
And, despite the rise of mobile, more than half of small businesses said that they don’t have access to an intuitive, simple mobile banking app, while 65 percent have banks that don’t offer phone and in-app messaging support. The lack of mobile banking support makes it impossible for these business owners to manage their business on the go and leads to unnecessary time spent in a branch.
National study reveals big banks aren’t empowering small businesses; Seed’s banking app is designed exclusively for the modern small business
The challenges small business owners face with their banking services can have a real impact on their business. According to a new survey conducted by Researchscape on behalf of Seed, one-third of small businesses aren’t provided with online and mobile bill-pay; that same percentage pays monthly, often hidden fees to their banks. Perhaps most surprising, 32 percent of survey respondents are not properly separating their personal and business bank accounts, which can lead to serious accounting, tax, and reporting challenges for business owners.
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Some of you might still be worried about delivery issues when it comes to marijuana products. ILGM offers quick delivery and has smartly designed packaging, which will keep your products from sticking out like a sore thumb while being delivered. This packaging also ensures that you get your products on time.
Known for being a 100% safe and organic seed bank, ILGM is popular among customers for quality and a wide range of selections of strains. The brand also has excellent customer service, including a popular forum where customer complaints and queries are troubleshot within short periods.
Even if Cannabis is legal in some states in the US, the problem does not lie with usage but germination. Always check if your state will let you grow Cannabis to keep yourself from violating any laws. The interpretation of legal laws guarding the sale and growth of marijuana seeds has changed over the years. You can buy or sell Cannabis seeds, but it is the germination process that is key to remember. So, even if you own marijuana seeds, technically, you will not be in trouble even in the states that Marijuana is illegal. You just can’t do much with them.
Seedsman offers free seeds with every order you place. And as if you needed any other reason to choose Seedsman, you will also receive a 15% off on your total bill if you pay with bitcoin with a 25% on your first order.
The brand offers seeds not just for different types of growers but also different kinds of weather, indoor or outdoor settings, different yields, and much more! You can additionally look through varieties such as feminized seeds, auto-flowering varieties, and the fast-flowering type. Given the sophistication and category of cannabis seeds users, ILGM has benefitted from product differentiation to a great extent.
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On Wednesday, San Francisco-based Seed, a venture-backed online banking platform for freelancers and small business owners, sent an email to its users announcing it will be winding down its customer-facing service.
Originally founded in 2014, the company went through Y Combinator’s accelerator program in the winter 2015 batch. Its largest venture round, some $5 million led by General Catalyst, was announced in October 2015.
The company continued, “While we ultimately weren’t able to create a sustainable alternative to the big banks, we’re glad that we tried.” The email said that all user accounts must be closed by the end of November, and that all accounts with remaining balances will be closed and the company will send a check to the account-holder with the remaining balance.
In response to inquiries from Crunchbase News, Seed co-founder Brian Merritt said that “We’re not shutting the company down,” though he said Seed will be “shutting down our direct offering” and has notified its existing users of the impending change. “Going forward we are focused on software licensing and services for banks and non-banks,” Merritt told Crunchbase News.