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Invoice Factoring Company, Universal Funding Releases February 2014 Deals

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A California-based injection molding company had been utilizing invoice financing for about one year when they realized that they still required additional cash flow at the time they received a purchase order. The owner at the molding company maintained a good relationship with the Business Development Rep at Universal Funding Corporation, one of the country’s leading invoice factoring companies, and thought to reach out to his Rep for advice. When the Rep determined that the molding company would benefit from using PO financing in conjunction with their already established invoice financing program, the light bulb lit up.

Within a months’ time an extraordinary transformation was under way for this California- based business. No longer worrying about how to fulfill their PO’s, they were able to pay off suppliers and purchase more raw materials to produce and fulfill larger orders. Almost overnight they were able to bring their A/P current and built up their A/R with new larger accounts. “We are so grateful that our client turned to us to find a more flexible financing option that combined purchase order and accounts receivable financing,” states Universal Funding Corporation’s founder and CEO, Henry Wozow. “Our programs are uniquely designed to help businesses grow and they’re flexible to change as a company’s needs change over time. In this situation, it’s a win-win for everyone involved.” Universal Funding can provide purchase order funding for companies, up to one million dollars per month, per client, in conjunction with an invoice factoring agreement.

February Deal Update

Universal Funding Corporation funded 3 new factoring lines in February, including:

$100,000 factoring facility for a New England-based recycling center

$100,000 factoring facility for a West Coast-based aerospace supplier

$150,000 factoring facility for a Southwest-based apparel company

About Universal Funding:
Universal Funding Corporation is a direct funding source providing companies with working capital to stabilize cash flow and foster growth. Since 1998, Universal Funding has been factoring receivables and developing personalized solutions by looking at an individual business, the climate of their industry, and the strength of their customers. Universal Funding is committed to its clients and are able to offer scalable programs that grow as their customer’s business grows. Universal Funding assembled a dynamic team of specialists who strive to provide excellent service every day so that its customers will experience first-hand the value and quality of its business relationship far more than the quantity of business that they do together. Universal Funding, a factoring company based in Spokane, Washington, provides invoice factoring services for companies throughout the United States.

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Company Name: Universal Funding Corporation
Contact Person: Heather Burford – Marketing Manager
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Phone: 800-405-6035
Address:16201 East Indiana Avenue, Suite 2600
City: Spokane
State: WA
Country: United States
Website: http://UniversalFunding.com

Source: www.abnewswire.com

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