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FIND A FACTORING COMPANY

Looking for an Invoice Factoring Company?

We got your back. We understand that knowing where to start when looking for a factoring company can be overwhelming. Each invoice factoring company has something different to offer, from high advance rates to specialized contract terms in specific markets, to everything in between–how are you supposed to know which is best for you and your company’s goals?

The Factoring Marketplace is here to help.  We get to know you, and then utilize our vast network of relationships and factors to match you with the best financing company to suit your needs. However, the perfect union is a two-way street, no? Don’t forget to consider these important elements when reviewing invoice factoring agents to work with.

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The Invoice Financing Experience

You wouldn’t want a dermatologist to perform your brain surgery, right? Like doctors, not all invoice funding companies are created equal. Some have experience in particular niches, while others provide services to anyone looking to factor. You want a company that truly understands the ins and outs of your business and the clients you work with, thus being able to offer insight and advice on how to benefit the most out of your factoring experience. Working with a factoring agent that is knowledgeable, trustworthy and reliable is vital to creating a mutually beneficial relationship. Look for a receivables factoring company that has a reputable history not only in the factoring world, but also has a firm grasp on your market.

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Invoice Factoring Fine Print and Fees

Whether you’re buying a house, a car, or entering any other type of contract, it’s always important to understand the small print. There are fees (ACH, application, and processing, for example) associated with financing invoices, as well as other aspects of the industry, such as penalties, advance rates, and reserve requirements that can land you and your business in hot water if you don’t fully comprehend or abide by them. Be sure to compare and contrast proposals, as some invoice factoring companies might not be offering you the best deal upon second glance if there are ‘additional costs’ hidden throughout the contract. If you aren’t sure or have stipulations you’d like to propose–ask and negotiate! Always make sure you get everything discussed in writing–there are no assumptions in any successful business transaction.

Customer Service

Factoring receivables doesn’t always get the best reputation, as it’s often confused with less than reputable financing practices such as payday advances or collection agencies. Because your factor and/or account manager will be working directly with your customers, having a professional and friendly demeanor is crucial. Your invoice factoring company is essentially an extension of you and your business, therefore they must be reflective of the type of people you’d want to work with and for you. Acting as partners will ensure a positive experience for everyone involved.

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Invoice Financing Companies are Flexible

No one likes to be told what they can and cannot do and this is especially true when it comes to financing invoices. Every business is different–therefore, a one-size-fits all type of program just won’t work for most businesses. Ask yourself these questions: Will you factor all of your clients’ invoices? What if you only need help during certain seasons? Would you like to choose which customers you’d like to factor? You need to pick a factor that you feel absolutely comfortable with and one that is willing to create a tailor-made program just for you and your business. There are plenty of factors out there–don’t feel pressured to find one that doesn’t quite work just because you need money.