Invoices Factoring Referrals


Earn 5% gross, monthly, for each account’s life, by referring business invoices.

This work requires no special equipment, degree, or investment.

Do you, members of your family, or people you know visit any medical professionals? Dental Offices, Sole and Group Practitioners, Chiropractors, Nursing Homes, or others? No big name medical companies, like the VA.

What you do is find out how long it takes them to get paid on invoices [Medicare, Medicaid, Insurance Companies, etc.]. Ask if they would be interested in getting paid for the invoices within 24 hours, on average.

Medical professions we work with:
– Sole and Group Practitioners
– Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy Facilities
– Chiropractors
– Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
– Hospitals
– Laboratories
– Medical Billing Services
– Medical Coding Services
– Medical Staffing Companies
– Medical Supply Companies
– Medical Transcription Services
– Medical Transportation
– Nursing Homes
– Home Healthcare Providers (Medical & Non-Medical)
– Imaging Facilities (providers of MRIs, X-Rays, CT Scans, etc.)
– Ambulance Providers
– And more

You can do this the next time you speak with the provider. With any and all of these, you can contact them from your home office; unless you already have a relationship with these providers, you will find better results if you contact them in person.

You do not need to limit yourself to the medical or healthcare industry. If you know people in other industries, or if you reach out to these professionals, you can earn 5% gross, monthly, for each account’s life.

Other companies we work with:

– Trucking Companies
– Manufacturers
– Distributors
– Energy Companies
– Companies that contract for the government
– Construction
– Staffing
– Services
– And more…

All you will need to do is e-mail the name and number of a person at the company, and include the type of business they have, to You may also send an email, for more information about factoring, and we will send you information you can use, when you call up the companies, or visit them in person.You can also visit the Factoring section of this site.

Factoring Guide