However, non-traditional funding sources specialize in unsecured consumer loans. Non-traditional funding sources understand how to work with clients whose customers consume services which are not backed up by a tangible asset.
For example, if a consumer wants to purchase a tractor, or a boat or a recreational vehicle or a car or truck, such loans can be procured through traditional financing sources. A bank will understand that if the payor is delinquent in their payments, there will be a truck, or an RV or a boat to repossess, which can be sold to recapture part of, if not all of the loan amount and so mitigate against the percentage of loss.
However, if you are in a business which does not sell a tangible asset, how are you to find financing for your customers? What if you are providing LASIK surgery, or culinary art classes, or radial keratotomy, or college planning services or orthodontic procedures? There is nothing for a traditional funding source to repossess if the loan goes bad. However, non-traditional funding sources specialize in these and many other types of unsecured consumer contract loans.
Any given consumer with good credit may be able to go to a bank and acquire a loan for their truck; but, when that same consumer goes to the same bank and tries to get a loan for a culinary arts class they will very likely discover that the bank is not interested in dealing with them.
If you are a business providing a viable service to your customers, and if you would like to provide financing both for your “A” credit customers and “B” credit customers contact Access Funding Center.
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