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Financing Customer Orders

cgwinnercgwinner subscriber Posts: 2
I am looking for some advice on providing financing to my clients.  The goal is to take a lump sum order of $6,000+ and financing it into monthly payments.  This will make the purchase more palatable and hopefully attract more buyers.   
I am in the advertising industry.  The product is a mobile advertising campaign.
Thank you in advance,


  • cgwinnercgwinner subscriber Posts: 2
    Thank you for the recommendation.  iBill seems like a great match for what I`m looking for.  I did some digging around and found a few reviews that were not positive, albeit old reviews: http://www.amazon.com/iBill-com-Interne ... B00006EN12
    Can you shed any light on this, hopefully things have improved over the years.  I`ll still be looking into this.
  • liuliubeeliuliubee subscriber Posts: 0
    Hi there,
    I can answer this first hand. I use ibill to manage all my lawn care customers and I run my financing thought them. What is cool about them, is that they can run credit on all your applications so you can extend credit to people with a good credit history. They also report all the payments your customer make to the big 3 creditors EQ TU and EX.
    I noticed the same thing before I signed up, and found out that iBill was in Florda back in 97 and after being sold in 02 i think the new owner took it into the ground around 2006. That owner if i remember was penthouse.
    Jonas took it over in 06 and started to rebrand it. I got to talk to him at a tradeshow in Bosie in Feb 09. This is what he told me and I noticed it is online somewhere.
    P.S They have had as much as 40,000 of my money at any one time and I get it when I request the ACH everytime with no issues.
    Hope this helps.
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