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  • How is this different to factoring or invoice discounting?

    Unlike invoice discounting, you only sell the invoices you want to sell, and there are no restric...

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  • How much does it cost?

    ​MarketInvoice is pay-as-you-go finance for your business.

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  • What happens if an invoice I’ve sold isn’t paid?

    If you receive advanced cash on a sold invoice, and the invoice is not eventually paid by your cu...

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  • Who can use MarketInvoice?

    We welcome all sorts of businesses onto the MarketInvoice platform.

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  • Will my customers know that I’m using MarketInvoice?

    In most cases, we are able to operate a confidential service for our clients, where your customer...

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Learning Centre

Articles about us and what we can do for you

  • UK Government investment in MarketInvoice

    ​In August 2013, the UK Government became a Buyer of invoices on the MarketInvoice Platform, inve...

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  • What is invoice trading?

    We explain how invoices can be traded online using MarketInvoice, an alternative to factoring.

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  • Peer-to-peer, crowdfunding and alternative finance

    We look at the different types of alternative finance and how they can help your business.

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  • How to compare factoring companies

    Invoice finance can be confusing, but we're here to help you understand what you're paying

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  • What is factoring?

    Factoring is a financial transaction whereby a business sells its invoices to a third party (call...

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