Cash Business Buyers

We have a simple, fast & low cost alternative to insolvency.

Struggling with your limited company? Can't pay its debts? We can help using a low cost & little known alternative to insolvency.

For most small businesses the massive cost and time losses incurred by insolvency are simply like using a sledgehammer to crack a nut.


Considering insolvency for your UK limited company?

We are NOT insolvency practitioners! But, our alternative model just works.

For some businesses with large debts and complex creditor situations it may be advisable to speak with a licensed insolvency practitioner.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Cash Business Buyers actually buy companies?

No, we are simply an intermediary platform match making sellers of businesses with buyers.

Who sets the price for my sale?

You can set the price for your sale. However, with businesses that carry debts most companies will need to be sold for a nominal value to a buyer who may risk liability from their new ownership.

How much does it really cost to sell my business?

You can choose one of our three packages.

All our fees are flat and include all costs. There are no hidden fees. You will only be asked to pay for your chosen package once we have found you a buyer and you have agreed to the sale.

Is selling my company better than declaring insolvency?

If you are actually trading whilst insolvent then you must under the duties as a Director call in an insolvency practitioner.

However, if you are simply struggling with your business but feel that a new owner may reasonably inject new life, energy and money into your business then it's perfectly acceptable to sell the company and transfer any future liability to the new owner.

Do you help with insolvency?

No, we are a platform for sellers looking to sell their companies. If you need to seek insolvency advice you should seek it from a licensed insolvency practitioner.

Why do I need to pay for your service?

We are constantly marketing for business buyers. Our mailing list currently has over 8,000 potential buyers, all of whom are looking for 'diamonds in the rough'.

Our fees are the lowest in the industry because we use AI and automation to match you with a willing buyer.

Our fees cover our marketing and online platform and are a mere fraction of the cost of placing your company into administration.

Can't I just wind up and dissolve my company?

You can only wind up a company that does not have debts.

If your company has no debts and no creditors you can apply for a dissolution via Companies House at little or no cost. All assets of the company will revert to the Crown, not to you personally!

However, a company with debts can only be sold, or placed into administration with a licensed insolvency practitioner.

If I'm already insolvent, is it too late to sell my business?

Yes, if you are technically insolvent, or if a licensed insolvency practitioner has produced a report on your business stating that you are trading whilst insolvent then only a licensed insolvency practitioner may deal with the sale of the company and/or its assets

But as long as you act promptly and in the best interests of the company then you can sell your shares in the business and transfer ownership as a legitimate alternative to administration.

What if the new owner puts the company into administration?

As long as you are no longer the owner, no longer work for the company and no longer a director then the responsibility no longer rests with you.

However, any licensed insolvency practitioner may look at your actions as the previous owner of the business to make sure you did not take actions which prejudiced the company.

It's worth remembering that being bad at business is a legitimate defence when a company fails.


Our (low, low) pricing

From Just £1997*

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