To ensure we are advancing finance from invoices that are going to be paid by your customers, we sometimes require you to get the customer to confirm the invoice has been received and will be paid at a future date. Not only does this provide more surety for you and your cash flow, but it reduces funding risk substantially so more funds can be provided more quickly and cost effectively.

Verification typically entails you or us sending an email to the customer requesting them to confirm the invoice has been received and will be processed for payment on the agreed date. Seeking this confirmation can also be done by phone (if need be) or relying on a clear paper trail. 

We only verify a predetermined portion of the receivables ledger. 

Important to note - This process can be done on a confidential or disclosed basis.

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