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Quick Pay for Truck Drivers CDL
I’ve talked to a lot of truckers over the years, and often hear how they would rather take a broker’s quick pay than jump into a relationship with a factoring company. While quick pays are one way to accelerate getting paid, it’s not necessarily the best business decision. Why?
Well, ask yourself this simple question: what do you get in a broker quick pay? You get your money sooner than if you wait the typical pay term of 30 to 45 days. That’s it. And, sometimes quick pay, from the broker’s perspective, is 48-hours to five days. That doesn’t seem very “quick”. Oh, and it isn’t free! You have to give up 2 to 5% of the gross load pay to get that so called quick pay. If you are going to give up that much, you may as well get as much as you can for that 2 to 5% quick pay fee. What if in addition to getting paid fast, you can also get:
- Pago el mismo día
- Perspectivas de carriles y mercados
- Encontrar carga
- Financiamiento de equipos
- Ayuda para encontrar un seguro o con renovaciones
- Descuentos en combustible
- Anticipos de combustible
- Aplicación TMS
- Servicios de despacho
- Ayuda con el cumplimiento
Express freight Finance
When you partner with Express Freight Finance, you get all of these services rolled up in their overall service offerings. You can pick and choose which to take advantage of. On top of all of this, you get an industry expert as a business partner; someone you can grow to count on to help your business achieve success and longevity. With no up-front cost to get into the relationship, no requirement to factor all of your customers, and no minimum factoring volume of fee requirement, you can’t go wrong partnering with Express Freight Finance. They can help you succeed regardless of market conditions. Why wait? Make that call now and get on the road to success.