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When you look at the website of Key Factors, our Internet Service Provider makes a record of your visit and logs the following information for statistical purposes: your server address, your top level domain (for example .com, .gov, .au etc.), the pages you accessed and pages downloaded, the previous site that you visited and the type of browser you are using.

Access to Information Collected

Key Factors will not make an attempt to identify users or their browsing activities. However, in the unlikely event of an investigation, a law enforcement agency or other government agency may exercise its legal authority to inspect our Internet Service Provider?s logs.

Use and Disclosure of Information Collected

If you subscribe to any services on the Key Factors website then your email address and any other personal information you provide will be maintained on our database. It will only be used for the purpose for which you provided it and will not be added to a mailing list ? unless you have given specific permission as part of the requested service. Your email address is confidential. We will not disclose your email address to any third party without your explicit consent, nor will you get any unsolicited bulk email (also known as “spam”) with any commercial offers or advertisements.

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What our customers are saying

  • With the constant challenge of rising fuel costs and operating expenses, we would struggle to maintain our growth without Key Factors Factoring Facility. A more predictable cash flow allows us to get back on the road and pay our drivers on time.

    - Director, Transport Company, QLD
  • 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.

    - Company Secretary, Publicly Listed IT Software Company, NSW
  • 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.

    - Director, Manufacturing Company, Mining, WA

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How does it work?

  • Invoice your clients for goods and services
  • Send a copy of your invoices to Key Factors
  • 80% of the invoice face value is made available to you within 24 hours, less a discount rate
  • The remaining 20% is provided when your customer pays, less any accrued charges
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FAQs

FAQs

How much does it cost?

We only charge a discount rate on what you use. There are no ongoing monthly charges or annual charges.

Do I need to factor all my invoices?

No, Key Factors flexibility means you are not required to submit all your invoices for funding.

What invoices can be considered for funding?

Invoices relating to business-to-business transactions can be considered, not consumer receivables. Invoices which are still within normal trading terms not... More info

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