Our Business Overdraft
comes without a bank
Cash flow management under control
Up to $750,000 linked to your business transaction account
Only pay interest on funds used
Manage cashflow as you need
Approvals within 24 hours
Cash flow management under control
The GetCapital Business Overdraft is a stand-alone, true revolving facility up to $750,000 that links to an existing business transaction account. Manage cash flow as and when you need it and only pay interest on funds used.
Business Overdraft amount
Up to $750,000
Based on your business circumstances
$395 annual fee
Minimum time in business
3 years +
Weekly and monthly options
How it works
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Frequently asked questions
What is an overdraft?
An overdraft facility is a credit agreement that allows an account holder to use or withdraw money. Traditional banking business overdrafts are link to a business transaction account. The technology behind GetCapital Business Overdraft enables the facility to be linked to any Australian banking transaction account.
How does the GetCapital Business Overdraft work without a transaction account?
GetCapital uses technology provided by our data partners illion Open Data services (who run a large credit bureau in Australia) to link your transaction banking accounts to your overdraft. It means you can have your transaction banking at the bank that best suits your needs and the flexibility to have your overdraft with GetCapital. You are also able to move your transaction banking to any bank – simply link your new bank account to your GetCapital Business Overdraft.
What are the eligibility criteria?
Approval is subject to credit assessment, lending criteria and ID verification. You can only apply for this product if:
- You have a valid Australian Business Number (ABN) and residential address in Australia.
- Your business is registered for GST and has a turnover of at least $250,000 per annum
- Your business has been in operation for at least 3 years
- Hold an Australian citizenship or permanent residency
- You intend to use the product where the purpose is wholly or predominately for business purposes
- You have a good credit history.
What if I don’t qualify for the GetCapital Business Overdraft?
GetCapital has a range of other lending products including Terms Loans that you may qualify for.
How do I access my overdraft?
Login to GetCapital Online and securely transact anytime. You can transfer funds from your GetCapital Overdraft to any of your business transaction accounts and can also pay down your Overdraft from your transaction banking account through GetCapital Online at any time.
Funds transfers are processed on the same day we receive the request, with funds typically available on the following business day.
Can I request an increase on my overdraft limit?
Yes, you can request an increase at any time by calling 1300 249 649 or emailing email@example.com
How is the repayment amount calculated?
Your GetCapital Business Overdraft spreads interest payments on a 24 month rolling basis. For example, if you initially draw down $100,000, assuming you are on weekly repayments, your minimum principal repayment amount would be calculated as 0.96% of the principal amount. The next time you draw down on your Business Overdraft, the total principal amount is rescheduled again, with the minimum principal repayments scheduled over a new 24 month period.
This rescheduling occurs every time you draw down and is intended to keep the principal repayments on your Business Overdraft manageable and provide the discipline of regular principal reductions to minimise interest charges.
This differs from a traditional bank overdraft where there are no set principal repayments. Note that the 24 month rolling interest payments calculate a minimum repayment amount. You can choose to make additional payments to the GetCapital Business Overdraft at any time via GetCapital Online to reduce your balance and the interest charged.
What is the term of the GetCapital Overdraft facility?
The GetCapital Business Overdraft has a 5 year term. However, the facility is uncommitted, and the available limit may be reviewed during the term of the facility.