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International Factoring & Export Finance

Updated by on Oct 23, 2017 in Business Tools, International Factoring, Purchase Order Funding

Export Financing

International Factoring & Export Finance

In addition to providing Purchase Order Financing, BusinessCash.com provides International Factoring and Export Finance to US, Caribbean and Canadian based companies selling overseas.

International Factoring is for companies operating anywhere in the world, selling to customers around the globe. Export Finance is perfect for exporters and importers looking to alleviate overseas credit risk and streamline global receivables collections. Businesscash.com empowers their clients by providing cash against invoices, bills of lading and confirmation of goods or services being received. Advance percentages depend upon the creditworthiness of customers and range from 70% to 92% of the invoice face value.

We also service clients in Central and South America whose customers are in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and select European countries.

Our services typically include:

• Credit Analysis & Collections
• Customer Service
• Working Capital Funding
• Credit Insurance

To increase sales in the 21st century, you need to look overseas to grow your business. However, exchange rate complexity, credit, and transportation risk are huge barriers to success. We can help with our deep international experience.

We’ve been funding overseas companies since 1998. Call 866-598-4295 or use the fast, safe & secure online-funding application.

Get fast funding with international factoring and export finance today! Call 866-598-4295 or use the fast, safe & secure online-funding application.



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