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Cash For Your Business in 3 Simple Steps

Invoice factoring also referred to as accounts receivable financing, is a cash-flow solution companies use to fill the gap from slow-paying customers. Although there are many factoring companies in Fremont and throughout California, Scale Funding is proud to be your number-one choice.  We can get you the cash your business needs in just three simple steps.

factoring companies in FremontStep 1:

Contact a financial representative at Scale Funding and inquire about our Fremont invoice factoring programs. In as little as 15 minutes, one of our team members will provide you a free, no-obligation consultation and quote, as well as answer any questions you may have.

Step 2:

Once you decide to move forward and begin the setup process, send your invoices directly to Scale Funding.

Step 3:

The same day that we receive your invoices, we’ll confirm them and advance a competitive percentage of your invoice amount directly into your bank account.

Not only will we get you the cash you need quickly, but we also offer low factoring rates, month-to-month contracts, and free back-office support.

Why Use Accounts-Receivable Financing?

Our Fremont accounts receivable financing programs are flexible and custom so that we’re able to fit the unique needs of each business. Below are just a few of the scenarios describing why companies choose to work with Scale Funding.

 Slow-Paying Customers Instead of waiting 30 to 90 days for customer payment, take advantage of our Fremont invoice factoring programs to get same-day cash on your invoices.
 Expansion & Growth Our monthly factoring programs range from $50,000 to $20 million, giving you plenty of room to grow.
 Credit Issues Whether your credit is maxed or less than perfect, we can get you the funding you need.
 Bank Turn-Downs & Workouts We provide financing in situations where the bank can not.
 Bankruptcy Get back on your feet after you’ve filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy with invoice factoring.
 Quick Cash If you need quick cash for bills, payroll, equipment and more, our Fremont invoice factoring programs can help.

Funding Many Industries Since 1994

Since 1994, we’ve been the top factoring company in Fremont and throughout California because of our decades of experience in many industries. We funded companies in many industries, including:

  • Trucking & Freight
  • Oilfield Services
  • Utility & Pipeline
  • Telecom & Wireless
  • Heavy Construction
  • Technology
  • Renewable Energy
  • Government Contractors
  • Staffing Agencies
  • Many More

Fremont, CA

With a population of about 220,000, Fremont is the 96th most populous city in the United States, the 16th most populous city in California and the 2nd most populous city in Alameda County. Fremont was once an unpopular farming area. Thanks to the discovery of gold and mining operations that went on in the area around the middle of the 19th century, it later grew into a large city. Today, the city is home to people from a number of races and many industries of different types. As a city, it spans over an area of 87.6 sq. miles, with 11.6 percent covered by water.


The area known as Fremont today became a settlement in 1797 when the 14th California Mission called Mission San Jose was founded by Spaniard Father Fermin de Lasuen. However, the region was originally inhabited by the Ohlone or Costanoan people. At its initial stage, the Mission was more of a quiet, self-sustaining agricultural community. During this period, the settlement was under the control of the missionaries. By 1831, about 1,887 people were living in the Mission. However, the missionaries started to become less influential after a secularization law was enacted by the Mexican government.

But one remarkable historical occurrence that resulted in population increase in the area was the discovery of gold. One of the largest gold discoveries in the world was made in the Sierra Nevada Mountains where Fremont is located. Miners began to mine gold there around 1848. During this time, the Mission was serving as a ‘one stop shop’ for miners coming to the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

However, the mining of gold in the area did not last for many years as the quantity of gold found began to reduce. When mining was no longer viable, visitors to Fremont began to use the mining location as a resort. The inhabitants of Fremont during this time returned to agriculture as a means of sustaining themselves. The major crops grown in the area were olives, nursery plants, and grapes. Agriculture became relevant again and was driving the economy of the city for many years.

Fremont was hit in 1868 by The Hayward earthquake of 6.8 magnitude which could be regarded as one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the city. The earthquake destroyed not only the Mission San Jose and its outbuildings but also other buildings throughout the Fremont area. Another earthquake that resulted in a very big economic loss to Fremont was The San Francisco earthquake that occurred in 1906. The Palmdale Winery, which was regarded as the largest in California before 1906, was ruined by the earthquake.

The decline in gold mining turned out to become a blessing to Fremont. As gold mining became less viable, there was a decrease in the cost of properties. Consequent upon that, the area witnessed a technological boom as more and more technological industries purchased properties there. With increased high-tech industrial activities, Fremont and its neighborhoods were nicknamed Silicon Valley. Today, the city is home to different kinds of technology industries including automobile, computers and computer-equipment manufacturers.

Fremont became incorporated on January 23 1956. The name “Fremont” was chosen by Wally Pond, who preferred it over Mission Valley. The city was named after John Charles Fremont, who was regarded by historians as a Great Pathfinder, primarily because of his interest and contribution to the development of the area. Five individual townships (Warm Spring, Niles, Irvington, Centerville and Mission San Jose) were joined together to form the city of Fremont.


Fremont’s economy is driven by a number of sectors, including industry, education, and healthcare. The city is now home to many industries. Many companies are headquartered in the city, including Fremont Bank, Corsair, Antec Inc, Exar and Lam Research. The largest employer in Fremont is the Tesla Factory. Other big employers are Fremont Unified School District, Western Digital, Washington Hospital, Washington Hospital, AXT Incorporated, Seagate Magnetics, and others. Tourism also contributes to the local economy, thanks to the numerous attractions available in the city.


Education makes a significant contribution to Fremont’s economy. It has education institutions of different levels, which are operated by Fremont Unified School District and other bodies. Two institutions of higher learning in the city are Northwestern Polytechnic University and the University of Phoenix. Both offer bachelor and post-graduate degree programs in technology and management. Fremont has a college known as Ohlone College, which is operated by the Ohlone Community College District. There are 29 elementary schools (K-6), five junior high schools, five high schools, one continuation high school and one adult school in the city. The Fremont Unified School District, together with Newark and New Haven Unified School Districts, runs the Mission Valley Regional Occupation Program. The California School of the Deaf is located in Fremont, as well.


Fremont has a lot to offer tourists and residents. It is a city that caters to different needs and interests. Whether you are seeking a romantic holiday with your partner or spending a summer break with your family, there are choices of attractions for you. Here are some popular attractions to explore in Fremont.

Central Park (Lake Elizabeth): If you are in Fremont with your family, you might start with a family outing at the Central Park, which is located at the heart of the city. The park spans more than 450 acres and is home to Lake Elizabeth. Central Park has children’s play areas and many activities children can do in order to catch fun. Basketball, tennis, skate park, fishing, storage, boat rentals, reserved picnic sites, and drop-in picnic sites are all available in the park. There are nice venues to host parties such as family reunions, anniversaries and birthday parties as well as corporate picnics. The Central Park provides opportunities to golfers as well, as it is home to Fremont Park Golf Course.

Mission Peak Regional Preserve: Another popular attraction in Fremont is the Mission Peak Regional Preserve. The preserve offers many trails for walking, biking, and hiking. The park is a great location for holidaymakers seeking more energetic activities.

Aqua Adventure Waterpark: Aqua Adventure Waterpark, located in Central Park, is a nice location to spend hours during a hot summer day. It offers visitors opportunities to engage in different kinds of water activities geared for both children and adults.

Fremont Skate Park: Fremont Skate includes a street course, bowl features and more for skaters to enjoy.

Livermore Wine Country: Livermore Wine Country is not far from Fremont. There are over 40 wineries located in this area. The wineries provide visitors with wine-themed fun, plenty of awesome tasting rooms, and award-winning wines.

Other attractions in Fremont are Alameda Creek Trail, Quarry Lakes, Coyote Hills Regional Park, California Nursery Company, Vallejo Adobe, Higuera Adobe, Shinn Historical Park and Arboretum, Mission Peak Heritage Foundation and many more.


Fremont offers nature lovers with plenty of options. There are over 55,000 trees in the city. Some are planted and grow along the streets and landscaped boulevard areas. However, there are some that you will find in some of the parks in the city. Ardenwood Historic Farm also has a large portion of the vegetated area where one can view different kinds of plants. A great venue for animal lovers in the city is Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge where Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is headquartered.