Companies we usually work with
- • Family-owned businesses that do not want their personal assets secured as required by banking lines of credit.
- • Businesses that have seasonal peaks and valleys.
- • Transportation companies that are tired of overpaying for a poor service.
- • Growing businesses that want a cost-effective facility that will grow with them.
- • transportation companies that are looking to restructure their businesses (for example, through a Chapter 11 or D.I.P. financing).
- • proprietors who have credit that is not acceptable to banks.
You will receive funds on your verified freight bills the next business day, either to your bank account or to your Fuel Card. For initial funding on new facilities we expect to have you funded within two to six business days of receiving your application and supporting documentation. The time may vary depending upon the size of your company.
We are financially stable and open with our information. Want proof? Ask for our parent company's annual report and we will provide it. Ask our competitors for their audited balance sheet... surely a funding provider will be willing to show you their financial strength?
Get Your Rate Competitive
Everyone refers to their rates as competitive. We mean it. We typically save our clients at least 20% in fees over their existing funder, often much more. Why? When you fund over $1 billion in receivables a year you have economies of scale you can pass onto your clients.
We do not have rigid credit policies; we will look at your company and your company's situation and work with you to develop a solution for your needs.
With our in-house Consulting we offer you more than just finance solutions. If you are unsure about which steps will take your company to the next level, we can help steer you in the right direction.
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