The factoring company that helps you to become more profitable by increasing your cash flow.
Interstate Capital saves you time and money by speeding up your cash flow and increasing your profitability. Interstate Capital has successfully funded over 5,000 growing companies since 1993 and purchases over $500 million of invoices annually from companies located throughout North America. Watch this 2-minute video to learn more now!
Interstate Capital’s factoring programs include a long list of unique features including rates starting at just 0.49% per invoice, advance rates up to 100%, same-day funding, 24/7 automatic credit approvals, fuel advances (for motor carriers), professional collections, and much more.
Set-up is always fast and easy. There is no application fee and most companies will qualify for an instant online proposal in under 2 minutes just by completing the form on the left. If you like what you see in your proposal, just click on the application link in your proposal and you’re on your way to fast funding.
Buyer Beware. Many factoring brokers are fraudulently misrepresnting themselves in advertisements as factoring companies. How can you know you are dealing with a principal and not just an intermediary?
Freight broker factoring is a sub-specialty of transportation factoring. Few factoring companies have the human resources, practical experience, and expertise in freight brokering to provide the services freight brokers require. Interstate Capital not only specializes in factoring for freight brokers, but it has developed its own proprietary online system called FreightPayableSystems.com (sm), or "FPS" for short.
Is your factoring company profitable and well capitalized? Better hope so.
With so many factoring options available, how do you know which factoring company is the best fit? On the surface, it may appear to be an unimportant decision; after all, money is money. But the reality is that now more than ever, the financial future of your family and your business rests with making the right choice.
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