Qualifying for invoice factoring typically involves meeting certain criteria set by the factoring company. While specific requirements may vary depending on the factors involved, the following are common factors that companies are evaluated on:

  1. Creditworthiness of Customers: Factoring companies assess the creditworthiness of the business’s customers since they will be collecting payments directly from them. Customers with good credit histories are preferred as they pose lower risks of default.
  2. Quality of Invoices: The invoices submitted for factoring should be legitimate and free from disputes or discrepancies. Factoring companies verify the authenticity of the invoices and may require supporting documentation such as purchase orders or delivery confirmations.
  3. Business Stability: Factoring companies may consider the stability and track record of the business, including its financial performance, industry reputation, and years in operation. Established businesses with a history of profitability are more likely to qualify for invoice factoring.
  4. Volume of Invoices: Factoring companies typically prefer businesses with a consistent volume of invoices, as it ensures a steady flow of business for them. However, some factors may be flexible and accommodate businesses with fluctuating invoice volumes or seasonal sales patterns.

Overall, companies that demonstrate the ability to generate reliable invoices, have creditworthy customers, and maintain financial stability are more likely to qualify for invoice factoring.

America’s Factors offers invoice factoring programs that can help businesses optimize cash flow, manage working capital, and navigate financial challenges with confidence, benefiting from their expertise, flexibility, and professional support.

For more information, please contact America’s Factors at 800-794-6786, complete the Inquiry Form or Online Application.