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 Flexible freight factoring services designed to help trucking and transportation companies with their cash flow.


Advances on freight bills up to 95%-98%
Non-recourse freight factoring
Flexible terms with competitive rates (The objective is to beat our competitors)
Funding is customized to your needs
You choose which invoices to factor
24/7 free online credit checks
Online reporting
Invoice generator
Invoices are submitted electronically (little or no extra paperwork)
Fuel Card
Fuel Advances
Excellence in customer service


We create the invoices and send them to your customers
We create the schedule of accounts
Instant online credit approvals to keep you moving
Non-recourse factoring
Customizable programs, competitive fees
Industry-leading client service
Competitive rates (Our objective is to beat our competition)

Universal acceptance at more than 6,400 truck stops in the U.S. and Canada
Fuel discounts in over 1,900 locations
No minimum usage requirements
Low, simple transaction fees
Online card maintenance and account management tools
24/7 customer service
This quick-cash for freight program is simple and straightforward with rates and terms that are very competitive.



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