1 INVESTORS MUTUAL OF NUECES, INC.DBA ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FUNDING CORPORATION 6802 Mapleridge, Suite 206 Bellaire, TX Phone: or Fax: Web Site: E Mail: Dear Sir/Madam, Thank you for your interest in brokering accounts to ARFC. Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation has been in the factoring business since We are a family owned and operated business. We are particularly interested in smaller volume businesses and are looking for businesses that do business with other businesses and that can sell us invoices totaling $2, to $100, per month and depending on the client and the debtor customers we can extend credit up to $250, per client. If an opportunity exceeds our limits we have arrangements with larger factors to transfer the client. Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation is the sole judge of which clients and/or invoices that are acceptable. Invoices for medical services and invoices for progress payments (usually construction) generally do not qualify. Construction that is being done directly for the owners and that will be paid for directly to the company doing the work may qualify. Our usual procedure is to fund 80% the day of the purchase; hold 10% in a reserve account and hold 10% as a fee deposit. The fee that we earn is generally based on when payments are received at our lock box, the quality of the debtor customer and the volume of business. The actual fee ranges from 4% to 10%. (Rates and funding amounts are generally a point of negotiation). Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation is the only entity that can quote rates. The initial funding usually takes 1 week to 10 days, depending on the location of the client. The reserve account is settled once per month on the last day of the month and is paid back on the 10 th of the following month. If our experience with a client is positive we try to reduce the amount of reserve that we retain and increase the amount of funding. In some cases we will negotiate a lower fee, depending on the quality of the debtor customer, our experience with the clients and debtors, the size of the invoices and when payments are received. Upon receipt of an application, we can normally make a decision within 24 to 48 hours and have a contract sent to the prospect for signing. Once a contract has been signed and all the due diligence is complete, the clients can sell accounts at any time they choose. Some sell monthly or weekly and others sell everyday. When we set up a new client we run a public record check to be sure that the client can give us clear title to the accounts receivable. Our search looks for outstanding Federal, State and County Tax Liens, Judgements or anything that would cloud the title to the accounts. We also run a credit check on the owners looking for the same information. A perfect credit report is not necessary. We will also deal with a client who has been bankrupt. If reorganization is in process, then we need court permission. We are also able to deal with a client that has a Federal Tax Lien. Getting the United States Government (IRS) to subordinate their position to ARFC can clear up title to the receivables and allow us to purchase them. This can happen if clients talking with the IRS and agreements have been reached to pay to the IRS a specific sum of money each month. It is not easy but it does happen. We will compensate you with 10% of the fee that we earn on the account for the life of the deal. You become very significant to us when we generate $50, or more in gross purchase volume per month from your accounts. At that point we will pay you 12.5% of the fee that we earn; and when you generate $100, or more per month we will pay you 15% of the fee that we earn. If we sell an account to a larger factor, for whatever reason, we split the fee that they pay us with the broker. All checks that are written are based on receipt of payment and calculated by our computer system. As your portfolio with us grows you will find that the incoming and outgoing generally equal, hence you will be paid for the volume that we are doing with your client..
2 INVESTORS MUTUAL OF NUECES, INC.DBA ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FUNDING CORPORATION 6802 Mapleridge, Suite 206 Bellaire, TX Phone: or Fax: Web Site: E Mail: The parties to this agreement acknowledge that the Broker is, at all times, an independent contractor and not an employee or agent of Investors Mutual of Nueces, Inc. DBA Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation. Accordingly, the Broker cannot bind Investors Mutual of Nueces, Inc. DBA Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation without the express written authorization of Investors Mutual of Nueces, Inc. DBA Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation. The Broker will not represent to any client Broker s status to be other than that of an independent contractor. Broker will not for a period of five (5) years from the date of the executed Broker s Agreement, will not directly of indirectly solicit the financial participation of any lender who has been introduced to Broker by Investors Mutual of Nueces, Inc. DBA Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation for any purposes whatsoever. The Broker recognizes that those Lenders that have been introduced to them by Investors Mutual of Nueces, Inc. DBA Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation have an existing valuable relationship with Investors Mutual of Nueces, Inc. DBA Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation. The Broker further recognizes the proprietary nature of the Lenders and the confidentiality of which is essential to Investors Mutual of Nueces, Inc. DBA Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation business. The broker further agrees that will not directly or indirectly refer any prospective client introduced to it by Investors Mutual of Nueces, Inc. DBA Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation to any other individual company, entity or affiliate thereof or provide anyone whosoever access to the name of any Lender Introduced to the Broker. I am also enclosing a few brochures for your use. A credit application is also enclosed. Please use it for an original and make as many photocopies as you need. If you agree with the terms in this letter please sign, date and return a copy to me. Please call me with any questions that you may have. I can be reached at anytime. Sincerely, Ira Rozen Business Development Manager Agreed to this day of 200 Signature Social Security Number or Federal Employer Identification Name Printed Address City, State, Zip Phone
3 APPLICATION TO ENTER INTO A SECURITY AGREEMENT WITH ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FUNDING CORPORATION 1. Business Name: Phone 2. Street Address: Fax 3.County: City: State: Zip: 4. Date Business Established: Does Company own any real Property: If yes please list addresses: Nature of Business: Co. address 6a. Type or business: Sole Proprietor Partnership Corporation LLC (Check one) If you are a corporation please tell us who is: 6b. The President Vice President Secretary Treasurer PRINCIPALS 7. President, Sole Name: Title DOB Proprietor, or Home Street Address: Sr. Partner City, State, Zip: address %Owned Home Phone: SS# Drivers License # State Cell Phone Pager Number 8. Spouse of #7 Name: Title DOB or other Partner Home Street Address: City, State, Zip: address Home Phone: SS# Drivers License # State Cell Phone Pager Number 9. Other Officer, Name: Title DOB Shareholder, or Home Street Address: Other Partner City, State, Zip: address %Owned Home Phone: SS# Drivers License# State Cell Phone Pager Number 10. Spouse of #9, Name: Title DOB Shareholder, or Home Street Address: Other partner City, State, Zip address Home Phone: SS# Drivers License# State Cell Phone Pager Number TAX INFORMATION 14. Federal ID Number: Number of Employees: 15. How often do you remit 941 Payroll Taxes? 16. Do you have any Federal or State Taxes past due? 16A. If yes to #16 has a lien been filed If yes to #16 please list type, quarter/year and amounts: 17 Do you remit 941 taxes weekly, bi-weekly monthly quarterly 17A. Do you have any judgements or liens? If yes explain on back of this sheet or on extra sheet.
4 RECEIVABLES INFORMATION 32. What is the purpose of the funds to be generated from factoring? 33. Dollars amount of receivables now open: Average Monthly Sales: Number of Customers 34. Your Invoice Terms Amount you intend to factor Monthly 35. Maximum anticipated factoring volume? 36. Have you factored before? If yes with whom? 37. Are your receivables pledged as collateral? If yes, pledged to whom 38. Any other commercial Loans/Leases outstanding? If yes, please list: 39. How did you hear about INVESTORS MUTUAL OF NUECES, INC./ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FUNDING CORPORATION I/We have been told and do understand that the submission of an application for financing with Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation (hereinafter "ARFC") does not mean that ARFC will factor or provide any financial services whatsoever. I/We further have been told and do understand that approval to factor may come only after the Board of Directors of ARFC approves said application and the invoices and / or the accounts offered are approved in accordance with the terms of ARFC Security Agreement. The above statements are true and accurate to the best of my information and belief. This serves as my permission for the release of any information regarding this application for the purposes of credit investigation to Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation Signed: Dated: Print Name and Title:
5 Application Support Documentation Thank you for your interest in factoring your receivables. Factoring is a great way to increase your cash flow and allow your business to grow. Below, you will find a list of support information that we need in order to complete your application. Please include a copy of the following with your application: 1. A copy of your DBA or Articles of Incorporation 2. A copy of each of the principles drivers license and social security card 3. Copy of your complete customer list 4. Copy of your insurance certificate 5. Copies of your invoices
6 Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation 6802 Mapleridge, Suite 206 Bellaire, TX Phone: (713) Fax: (713) Toll Free: (888) Internet Address: Who Factors Receivables? Are you growth-oriented businesses growing faster than present finances allow? Have you not been able to secure enough bank financing for your fast growing company? Do you generate goods or services to other businesses? Are you in the service business? Manufacturing business? Distribution business? Transportation business? Construction business? If you can answer YES to any of these questions, then you need Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation. Some Types of Companies that Factor Accounts Receivables: Janitorial Service Trucking Apparel Industry Lumber Freight Forwarders Furniture Manufacturers Machine Shops Painters Advertising Agency Courier Services Photographers Plastics Industries Print Shops Manufacturers Guard Services Equipment Suppliers Repair Contractors Employment Agencies And Many Others Too Numerous To Mention Reasons to Factor Greatly Improves Cash Flow Not creating any debt Cash not tied up in Accounts Receivables Cash available to pay Creditors Payrolls Taxes Cash available to take discounts on merchandise purchases Cash available without taking on a partner Cash available immediately upon presentation of invoices and support documentation Cash available without going to the bank and renegotiating a loan every time you need money. Cash availability is directly related to the volume of sales Simplifies bookkeeping Eliminates the position of being both the supplier and collector Increases your ability to service more accounts Saves managerial time
7 Why Use Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation? No minimum number of invoices required No minimum dollar amount per invoice No time limit No minimum monthly or yearly fees We become your credit department Professional Accounts Receivable bookkeeping We provided a weekly Aged Trial Balance so you can evaluate the status of your accounts Now, Are You Ready to Factor? Submit legal name, address and phone numbers of company Submit names, addresses, phone numbers and social security number of all principles Submit the names, address and phone numbers of accounts you wish to factor Present original invoice and all support documentation We confirm the invoice and notify the accounts payable departments of the assignment. Funding takes place in 2-3 days on new accounts and usually within 48 hours after the initial funding. Availability to check the status of your accounts daily on the internet Each client is assigned a personal account executive to handle your account ARFC is a 60 year old company Happiness is a Positive Cash Flow
8 Investors Mutual of Nueces, Inc. DBA Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation 6802 Mapleridge, Suite 206 Bellaire, TX Voice: Fax: Commercial Accounts Receivables Since 1941 Recently Funded Clients with Accounts Receivable Funding Corporation Temporary Staffing Service Illinois Temporary staffing companies are very cash intensive. Payroll is their biggest expense and must be taken care of in a timely manner. This staffing service uses our funding to complete their weekly payroll. Initially, ARFC funded this company $23,953 with a max factoring facility of $125,000. Coffee Supply and Service Texas Payroll and supplies are extremely important for this company. This company uses our money to pay their weekly payroll and to purchase more supplies. Their initial funding was $6,175 and they have a factoring facility of $75,000. Welding Service Texas This company used our money to purchase supplies and welding equipment. Initial funding for this company was $3, with a factoring facility of $15,000. Tenant Screening Service New Jersey Payroll becomes a big issue in the service industry and this company needed money now to complete their payroll. ARFC initially funded $2, with a factoring facility of $20,000. Filter Manufacturer Ohio Materials and supplies are a must for this company. They used our funding to help increase their supply of materials. Initially we funded $10,879, but they have a factoring facility of up to $100,000. Trucking Company Texas Running a trucking company is very costly and stressing. Trucks are constantly breaking down and require very expensive maintenance. This trucking company used our money to pay for oil changes and normal repairs on their trucks. Initial funding for this company was $20,750 and a factoring facility of $60,000. Telecommunications Tower Maintenance Texas Working on the jobsite requires a lot of out of pocket cash. This company uses our funding to replenish their pockets allowing them to have working capital while on the jobsite. ARFC initially funded $30,000 with a factoring facility of $150,000. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL IRA ROZEN AT Happiness Is A Positive Cash Flow!
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