Best Rated Eight Years in a Row!

The prestigious website  has just announced their best factors for 2021.  For EIGHT years running American Receivable has been rated as the BEST factor for small, medium enterprises! found that;    “American Receivable is an excellent factoring service with fast turnarounds, no monthly minimums and a long, reputable business history”. uses a vetting process of interviewing small business owners, factoring companies, reading reviews and comparing pricing to come up with their best picks.

Asked for his reaction, Jack Stieber, President of American Receivable Corporation, said, “in these uncertain times, recognition by outside experts is as important as ever.  Our team has really doubled their efforts to make sure our clients stay funded and all new requests are handled quickly.  Now that we have received this rating for eight years in a row, I’m confident that American Receivable is offering the best factoring service.”  Speaking with his partner, Brad Gurney, commented “Having earned the trust of our clients and our referral partners we work daily to help them succeed.  When we opened the doors on the first day, we strove to have a reputation of helping our clients succeed, even in the most challenging of times.”

Founded in 1978, American Receivable Corporation is still owned and managed by its founders. Decisions are made by the original founders, not by an out of state loan committee.  Having initially focused providing factoring for the staffing industry ARC quickly broadened their market to include manufactures, fabricators, service companies, packaging, logistics, and distributors, among others.  Call Jack Stieber or Brad Gurney at 1-800-297-6652.


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