Get Cash Advances Against Your Invoice Right Away.
It’s the perfect solution to avoid cash flow slowdowns.
Invoice-to-Cash Financing is simply a smart, easy way to gain access to funds
that your business needs. Instead of waiting for your clients / buyers to pay you after you’ve submitted your invoice to them, you submit your invoice to us.
In return, your invoice will be available on our platform for investors to purchase, thus providing you with the financing request that you seek. Essentially, this means you will get the cash flow right away rather than having to wait the usual 90-day payment terms.
Seriously, what’s not to like about this?
Invoice-to-Cash Financing works by turning your unpaid invoices into investment
opportunities for our platform of investors. By doing this, your invoice in effect thus becomes leverage to finance your business while giving investors the golden opportunity to make money. Agreeably, it is a win-win solution for both you and investors.
Here’s a step-by-step illustration on how it works:
How much funds you can get with Invoice-to-Cash Financing will depend largely on how much your outstanding invoice is worth.
Because your unpaid invoice is essentially what our platform of investors will be buying, it will be key to meeting your financing goals.
To better illustrate this, here’s a real-live example from one of our loyal business users. See it here
Our costs and charges are always clear, transparent, and written in plain English.
We’ll never charge you without your permission.
We only charge a platform fee of up to 4% of your total invoice amount for every successful invoice transaction.
As to how much exactly you will pay us will vary according to your invoice amount.
Here’s a real-life example of what our loyal business user paid:
If you would like an easier, faster, smarter way to get financing for your business with mainly using your unpaid invoice as the approval factor, then this solution will be perfect for you. The other requirements that we look at
for eligibility are the following: