Factor Accounts Receivable

24-Hour Approval | No Up Front Fees | No Long-term Contracts
No Limits on How Factor Funds are Used

If you need to improve cash flow, a decision to factor accounts receivable with American Receivable could be the best solution. American Receivable has helped many companies needing to improve cash flow or generate cash for business expansion.

American Receivable factors accounts receivable for businesses nationally but focuses on the Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio areas. Since 1979, American Receivable has worked closely with banks and developed a reputation as the premier accounts receivable factoring company in the state. Find out more about our Management Team.

Our long-standing relationships have established American Receivable as the most stable, reliable and thoroughly ethical accounts receivable factoring company in the state. Learn more about What Makes Us Better.

Call us at 800-297-6652 to learn whether Business Factoring is Right for You

We have been able to approve financing for businesses in virtually every business sector that might otherwise be rejected under traditional bank financing criteria. We also work with businesses undergoing reorganization to help them quickly return to profitability.

Benefits of Accounts Receivable Factoring include

Accounts receivable factoring provides immediate cash to help you:

Call us at 800-297-6652 to learn whether Business Factoring is Right for You

Office Location

American Receivable
12655 N Central Expressway, Suite 675
Dallas, TX 75243

972.404.4726 – phone
972.404.7016 – fax

Toll Free 1-800-297-6652


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