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Unlike other receivables factoring companies, our program includes the
following features at no additional charge:

• 12-24 hour funding on approved invoices
• Highest advance rates in the industry
• Credit analysis on new and existing customers
• Continuous collection management and follow up on    factored invoices
• Invoice and statement mailing (postage included)
• Account status inquiries anytime;

  24/7 online account access.
• We allow you to electronically submit Invoices
• Free credit checking on new customers at no   additional cost

•  Personalized Service - you have one dedicated person   and his or her
  assistant who handle your account.  
  You don't have to start over each time you call
  with a new person
• We are seasoned professionals with an average of 11  years industry experience per account executive   
  (Well above the factoring industry norm)

Our flexibility allows you to maintain control:

• You select accounts you prefer to factor on an invoice   by invoice basis.
• You control total factoring costs by only factoring on an    "as needed" basis.

Up to 97% Receivables Factoring Advance Rates:

Advance rates are based on overall risk associated with a particular industry as well as experience and track record.
We hold reserve accounts to accommodate industries which typically experience dilution and that
we would otherwise not be able to service.
Advance rates range from 80% to 97% of the gross invoice amount.

Fee Structures:

Fees are determined based on your industry, the credit worthiness of your customers,
how quickly your invoices turn, and monthly factoring volume.

Call our factoring specialists at

 On-Line Factoring Request Form


What is the receivables factoring

 Versus The Actual Real

One of the most common mistakes clients and their advisors make regarding account receivable factoring company is in miscalculating the interest cost of their program. Having made the calculation error, the client mistakenly believes the cost to be double digits and has an emotional response as if being cheated, “Gee, that’s 18 percent a year. I’d never do that (you’re cheating me).” Feeling that he is being treated unfairly, the client dismisses a potentially valuable accounts receivable factoring finance option.

Clients need to have a clear understanding of what accounts receivables factoring is and then to understand why it’s used, what account receivable factor services are provided, and finally, what the real accounts receivable factoring companycost is. invoice factoring  and account receivable factoring   servicesThe basics of account receivables factoring are quite simple: The client gives the receivables factoring

 company his accounts receivable. The receivable factoring company advances funds against that paper then remits the balance of the money, less fees, when the receivable is paid by the customer. Understanding some of the complexities of business receivable factoring , however, enables you to better analyze its value.
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Compare account receivable  factoring to the following real estate example. Assume that the client owns a strip mall, a dozen or so shops in a small shopping center, and goes to the account receivable financing bank for a $2,000,000 mortgage on the property. The bank looks at the account receivable finance financial statement of the mall and sets a mortgage based on the property’s receivable financing income stream, real estate location, and other considerations regarding the property’s general condition. Then the account receivable financing bank reviews the location’s information and finds that the tenant files are in poor order, credit checks on the tenants are mostly missing, and postings to the rent roster are late and frequently inaccurate.

What is receivables  factoring ?

In its simplest form, business factoring invoice is the purchase and sale of a company’s accounts receivable (invoices) at an amount less than (a discount of) the face value. (Example: If the credit factoring discount is 3 percent, the invoice is being purchased for 97 cents on the dollar). This allows a company to convert its dormant assets — or invoices — into useable cash flow. It is not a loan.