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The Differences Between Recourse & Non-Recourse Invoice Factoring

    Bianca Crouse
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    James

    Non-Recourse Invoice Factoring is very interesting. This article is very informative and I got a lot of idea about Non-Recourse Invoice Factoring. This article is very helpful especially to newbie in factoring like me. Thanks for sharing this article.

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      FactorLoads

      I totally agree with what you said. I think that it is definitely better to find the right and reliable factoring provider for your business. Thanks for sharing this article. This article is very useful.

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        Harmon

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        We have a non recourse factor company we send invoices to they pay our client filed Chapter 11 now factor company refused to pay our invoice . What do we do now . Do they have to factor our invoice due to us not knowing client filed until factor company sent our invoice back refusing to factor

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          Jessica Dinsmore

          Hi Harmon,

          So sorry! I’d recommend consulting your factoring company and/or a legal person that understands invoice factoring. Best of luck!

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