Accounts Receivable Financing
Turn outstanding invoices into cash - fast.
Access up to 95% of receivables
Credit score not a factor
Get cash that's tied up by unpaid invoices
Applying is free and will not affect your credit.
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Based on Your Uncollected Invoices
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FAQ - Accounts Receivable Financing
What is accounts receivable financing?
Accounts receivable financing (also called invoice financing, or A/R financing) allows a company to receive early payment on their outstanding invoices. This type of financing is a great option to free up cash that is currently tied up by unpaid invoices. A company using accounts receivable financing commits some, or all, of its outstanding invoices to a funder for early payment, in return for a fee. The invoices act as collateral for the loan or line of credit.
How does accounts receivable financing actually work?
What is invoice factoring?
Which is best for you - invoice financing or factoring?
What’s the difference between invoice financing and factoring?
Do I need to provide collateral?
With accounts receivable financing, your unpaid invoices serve as collateral so you’re not required to provide additional collateral. Because the invoices serve as collateral, accounts receivable financing can be a great solution for borrowers with bad credit. Financing companies won’t be as interested in your credit history - they are more focused on the quality of your invoices.
Do I need to have good credit?
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