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Freight factoring for startup truckers and the small to larger trucking and transportation companies and freight brokers in the United States and Canada.  Freight factoring starts as low as $5,000.00 and as high as $15 million a month for those carriers who need larger advances on their freight bills with rates and terms taht are very competitives.

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Minimum: $5,000
Maximum: $15 Million (availability as you grow)
Advances:  On average 92% (As high as 95% on a case by case basis)
Rates: Very competitive


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