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private:atffinance-2 1403290 May 22nd, 2019 12:00AM ATF Finance 68 12.00 Open Financial Services May 22nd, 2019 10:48AM May 22nd, 2019 10:48AM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Open Open Financial Services
private:atffinance-2 1403290 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM ATF Finance 65 12.00 Open Financial Services Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Financial Services
private:atffinance-2 1403290 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM ATF Finance 65 12.00 Open Financial Services Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Financial Services
private:atffinance-2 1403290 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM ATF Finance 65 12.00 Open Financial Services Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Financial Services
private:atffinance-2 1403290 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM ATF Finance 65 12.00 Open Financial Services Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Financial Services
private:atffinance-2 1403290 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM ATF Finance 65 12.00 Open Financial Services Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Financial Services
private:atffinance-2 1403290 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM ATF Finance 65 12.00 Open Financial Services Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Financial Services
private:atffinance-2 1403290 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM ATF Finance 65 12.00 Open Financial Services Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Financial Services
private:atffinance-2 1403290 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM ATF Finance 65 12.00 Open Financial Services Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Financial Services
private:atffinance-2 1403290 Feb 9th, 2018 12:00AM ATF Finance 65 12.00 Open Financial Services Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM What Is Factoring? Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash. Factoring gives businesses access to working capital without diluting equity or incurring debt. Q: What is a factoring company? A commercial finance company that specializes in the purchase of invoices or accounts receivable for cash. Q: What is the difference between non-recourse and recourse factoring When an invoice is factored on a “non-recourse” basis, the factor takes the credit risk of the account debtor. This protects the client from credit losses. When an invoice is factored “with recourse”, the client is ultimately responsible for payment regardless of whether the account debtor pays or not. Q: What types of businesses factor receivables? ATF FINANCE serves a wide range of industries, including trucking, temporary personnel agencies, printing companies, manufacturers, wholesalers, and many service industries such as janitorial and armed guard services. Most any business that sells a product on terms not exceeding 60 days can use factoring. Q: What size client does ATF Finance support? ATF FINANCE serves companies from start-up to $2 million in monthly sales. Q: Is the location of my business a potential issue? No. ATF FINANCE is a nationwide commercial finance company. We can serve clients in all 50 states. Q: What about my customers? ATF FINANCE purchases credit-worthy invoices from anywhere in the United States. Q: Do you have any references? Yes. ATF FINANCE will be happy to provide references upon initiation of the application process Financial Services

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