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Financing from £500 - £100,000
Rates from 1% to 5%
Receive funding in under 5 minutes
Invoice

How Does Invoice Financing at Lendflo Work?

Welcome to the quickest invoice financing solution ever made. Get started with these four easy steps.

1. Set up your account

Create an account and provide us with a few details.

2. Choose your invoice

Connect your accounting software and select the invoice you want to receive funding against.

3. Receive your funds

Get instant approval and have the funds directly to your bank account, ready to use in seconds.

4. Pay back your financing

Send us the funds within the agreed time period and as laid out in the terms and conditions.

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Speedy Cash Flow Solutions

We streamline the invoice financing process, using state-of-the-art technology. We also use real-time data to create a more accurate picture and avoid the lengthy delays of traditional financers. So, we can keep costs low and respond at lightning speed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who’s Eligible?

To be eligible for Lendflo invoice financing, your business must have a trading history of 12 months and an annual turnover of at least £100k. You must also be a B2B UK-based company.

What Information Do I Need to Provide?

We’ll need some basic business information, which we can get from your accounting software and bank account. So, we’ll need you to connect us to both.

How can Lendflo provide invoice financing so quickly?

We streamline the invoice financing process using state-of-the-art technology, such as AI. We’re also not pulled down by high-capital regulations like big banks are, which allows us to keep our costs low and process your requests quicker.

How Much Can I Borrow?

You can borrow any amount between £500 and £100k.

Do I Need to Speak with Debtors?

No, not unless something goes wrong. We always take a confidential approach, but if our system is not entirely confident that your invoice is valid, we may ask you to get in touch with your debtor to confirm its validity. We’ll never get in touch with the debtor without informing you first.

How Do We Collect Money?

You’re responsible for paying back any financing you borrow from Lendflo.
You’ll receive your outstanding invoice directly into your bank account, so securing financing doesn’t disrupt your normal operations. You then receive regular reminders on the status of your funding and when payments are due. You can pay any outstanding balances before or on the due date from your dashboard on Lendflo

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Financing

Single Invoice Financing Quicker than Your Bank

Unlike traditional lenders who can take months to process your financing request, we can process your request within days. If accepted, you’ll receive the funds within minutes.

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Selective

Selective Invoice Financing - Only When You Need It

With selective invoice financing, you don’t need to put up your whole book. Simply select the invoices you’d like to receive funding against and leave the rest up to us.

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Complete

Single Invoice Financing Gives You Complete Control

Choose the invoices you’d like to receive funding against and have complete control over the process. Even better, you pay us back directly so your customers won’t know about your cash flow problems.

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Invoice Financing Repayments

£500
£100,000
14 days
120 days

Great experience with a young company eager to help and develop our business. The founders have been on the ball all the way through the process and we will certainly use the company and facility as our first choice financing partner. Carry on developing your successful concept, which is easy to use and requires very little paper work, not like the past.

Gary R Goulden, Managing Director
Ultra limited UK Ltd
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Get funds on your outstanding invoices instantly

Managing the books and finding ways to improve your cash flow doesn’t have to be a headache. Discover the benefits of using Lendflo and how we make accessing cash a lot simpler than going to a traditional lender.