Weymouth chairman Ian White insisted the Terras would not take out loans as the National League funding saga continues, the Dorset Echo report.
The 66 member clubs of the National League are this week set to vote on the outcome of the season.
Teams could take on 20-year, low-interest loans as part of the Government’s Winter Survival Package, with many arguing that would plunge their club into crippling debt.
The second option is to terminate all three National League divisions.
Speaking to Echosport, White reiterated his distaste for the loan solution.
He said: “We don’t want to take a loan, there’s no need. Even though it’s over 20 years, that goes against everything this current board has worked to achieve.”