As you discovered, credit card advance programs are for existing business with a track record of credit card transactions.
Since your post indicates that you are starting a new store rather than buying an existing one, you might want to look at different sources for specific portions(such as inventory, facility, and initial operating expenses).
Putting together a potentially successful capital strategy will be a bit more challenging since you aren't currently employed. You may need to find a source for some cash (typically 20%) in order to make the business more attractive to lending sources. One possible source of this cash is from investors.
While I agree with a previous comment that being visible in your community is a way to connect with potential investors - I've also learned that being fully prepared (I call it being Capital Ready) before you start can actually save a lot of time, be less frustrating and provide a greater probability of success.
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