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- Company Secretary, Workforce Management Solutions, Publicly listed company, NSW
Our business was going through a tough patch and our existing factoring company weren’t going to see us through it. We engaged Key Factors just in time to clear all our ATO debts and sell off some of our non-performing subsidiaries. The decision to move across to Key Factors was vital to ensure the on-going concern of our company. We also find the flexibility of no long-term contracts & the ability to use our facility on a selective basis quite appealing.
- Clean and Simple Factoring
Running a cleaning business and being very hands on, I don’t keep normal business hours. But with Key Factors I find I can always get a quick reply and they seem to always be there.
- No call centres
- No voice mail
- No need to constantly explain myself to a new employee or account manager
I always get an answer from those that answer the phones.
- Director, Metal Fabrication & Manufacturing, WA
We had been with Key Factors for 3 years & 8 months when a broker convinced us to switch to another company. We didn’t read the fine print and were hit with annual fees, and constant audits which wasted a lot of our staff’s time. When we wanted to leave go back to Key Factors, we had to serve 12 months and another 3 months notice period, or were going to be hit with exit penalties. We had none of this at Key Factors, just simple factoring.
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