Grand Junction

Financial Solutions for North American Companies


Invoice Factoring is a Cash-Flow Solution for You

Invoice factoring also known as accounts receivable financing, is a customized cash-flow solution that works for many businesses.

One of the most common reasons companies use Scale Funding’s Grand Junction invoice factoring programs is to eliminate the wait on slow-paying customers. Invoice factoring pays you the day on your invoices, eliminating your cash-flow gap.

Although this is a common reason to use our factoring services, other companies turn to us because they’re unable to get funding from a bank. Whether you have no credit, maxed-out credit, bad credit or the bank turned you down for another reason, we can work with you.

So whether you are just starting up, or are well established and need cash to grow your business, let Scale Funding be your partner.

factoring companies in Grand JunctionAccounts Receivable Financing – A Quick Way to Get Cash

We’re proud to be the top choice among financial and factoring companies in Grand Junction and Colorado. One of the reasons we are is because we’re able to make the process quick and simple to get the cash your business needs.

We can get you the funds you need in just three simple steps:

Step 1: Contact us. In as little as 15 minutes we’ll get you a consultation and quote for our services.

Step 2: After you’re quickly set up, send your invoices directly to us.

Step 3: The day that we receive your invoices, we’ll advance you a competitive percentage of the total directly into your bank account. While we wait for your customer to pay the invoice, you’ll have the working capital you need. When your customer finally pays, we’ll remit the remaining balance to you, minus our low factoring fee.

While some companies choose to go through a long approval process and wait weeks or months for funding from a bank, we can get you a factoring consultation and quote in as little as 15 minutes, set up your account in just days and funded within 24 hours. Not only do we get you set up and funded quickly, but we also include additional services at no extra cost to you. These services include a dedicated account manager, credit checks on your customers, a professional collector, 24/7 online reporting and same-day funding.


For more than 23 years, we’ve funded a variety of industries through our Grand Junction accounts receivable financing programs. Our experience allows us to get you paid quickly for the hard work you do. Some of the industries we’ve worked with include:

factoring for oilfield service companies

Oilfield Services

  • Gravel Haulers
  • Frac Sand Haulers
  • Water Haulers
  • More

invoice factoring and accounts-receivable financing for utility contractors and pipeline contractors

Utility & Pipeline

  • Utility Services
  • Pipeline Construction
  • Pipeline Maintenance
  • More

factoring for trucking companies and freight factoring

Trucking & Freight

  • Flatbeds
  • Dry Van Carriers
  • Heavy Hauling
  • More

Invoice factoring and accounts-receivable financing for staffing agencies

Staffing Agencies

  • Medical
  • Administrative
  • Clerical
  • More

heavy construction factoring & financeHeavy Construction

  • Fabrication & Welding
  • Environmental Services
  • Bulk Material Handlers
  • More

invoice factoring and accounts-receivable financing for technology companies


  • IT Services
  • Web Design
  • Software Development
  • More

invoice factoring and accounts-receivable financing for telecom and wireless contractors

Telecom & Wireless

  • Tower Installation
  • Tower Erectors
  • Tower Maintenance
  • More

invoice factoring and accounts-receivable financing for solar, wind, and renewable energy contractors

Renewable Energy

  • Site Preparation
  • Wind Farm Maintenance
  • Solar Project Installation
  • More

invoice factoring and accounts-receivable financing for government contractors

Government Contractors

  • Federal, State & Local
  • Security
  • Transportation
  • More

Invoice factoring for other industries


  • Apparel
  • Distribution
  • Wholesale
  • Other

Grand Junction, Colorado

Grand Junction is one of the most alluring cities in Mesa County, Colorado. Located at the junction of the Colorado and Gunnison Rivers, Grand Junction is also one of the most populous places in Western Colorado, with more than 58,000 people.

This city is nestled within the magnificent Grand Valley. Panoramic views coupled with a thriving fishing and hunting industry, historic landmarks and unmatched biking trails make Grand Junction a magical destination for tourists and residents alike.

Grand Junction also serves as a major regional hub for transportation and commerce. It is linked to large metropolitan areas like Denver, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas and Glenwood Springs by an extensive multi-modal infrastructure system.

Grand Junction was listed in the Best Places for Business and Careers by Forbes. Other accolades received include being added into the 35 Best Hunting and Fishing Towns in the United States by Outdoor Life, being named among Tourism-Review’s Sunniest Cities in the USA and its placement as number five on the list of Where to Live to Avoid a Natural Disaster by the New York Times.


The Grand Valley has been the scene of thrilling historical dramas that have played out here since 200 A.D. And, its geographic placement could not make the valley a more fitting location for this. The Grand Valley is flanked by the picturesque monoliths and canyons of the Colorado National Monument to the west, ancient Little Book Cliffs to the northeast, and the Grand Mesa, which is one of the largest flat-top mountains in the world, on the southeast. The valley was carved out of this rugged terrain by the Colorado River and the Gunnison River.

In 200 A.D., a mysterious aboriginal tribe known as the Fremont settled in the Grand Valley. Archaeologists have not unearthed much about them, but it is clear that the tribe moved from this area by 1300. After this, the nomadic Ute tribe moved here, eventually occupying much of Utah and Colorado.

The Utes were seasonal pastoralists and game hunters. They managed to adapt to the valley’s uniquely challenging environment and terrain. Both of these tribes were forced into Native American reservations by the U.S. Government in 1881. Though this was a dark part of the region’s history, it has led to a rich cultural heritage of indigenous rock paintings and carvings that have survived until today.

Grand Valley was one of the last places occupied by European settlers in America. In fact, it was part of Spain’s colonies until 1821. It was then taken over by Mexico after the new country gained its independence from Spain. However, Grand Valley reverted to its status as a U.S. Territory in 1848 after the end of the Mexican-American War.

However, Spanish explorers planted the seeds of the gold and silver rush in the area as early as the mid-1700s. Despite their limited success, American mountain men flocked to the region in search of gold in the 19th century. They also played a critical role in guiding government expedition and surveying parties through the territory.

The removal of Native American tribes from the Grand Valley opened up the area to town builders, ranchers, and homesteaders. By the time the valley was identified as a good site for the new town of Denver, the area was already occupied by more than 50,000 people. However, Grand Junction was officially incorporated in 1882.


factoring companies in Grand JunctionSince it was first established, the economy of Grand Junction revolved around farming, growing fruits and ranching. The main fruits cultivated here are pears, cherries, plums, peaches, and apricots. Fruit orchards remain an important part of the city’s economic system. More recently, wine grapes have been added to this list. A combination of lots of sun and irrigation using canalized water from Colorado River has turned this region into one of the largest wine countries in America.

Retail also forms an important sector for this city. The major sellers here are gasoline and goods related to fishing and hunting. Furthermore, mining activity has been a significant provider of employment for Grand Junction residents. In fact, Climax Uranium Mill set up shop in the city prior to its decommissioning. Oil and shale have also been found in the area over the decades.

This led to a period of prosperity in the city that lasted until the early 1980s. In fact, Western Colorado has been found to have the biggest concentration of shale and oil in the world. However, historical embargoes and low prices have led to a decline in this sector, with major players pulling out of the region. This resulted in economic decline throughout the state in the 1980s.

Grand Junction has been able to turn its fortunes around. By focusing on more stable industries, the city has been able to build a viable economy that assures its residents’ consistent prosperity. Today, major economic activities here are agriculture, tourism, and healthcare. Spurred on by rising global energy prices, major oil and gas companies have also begun reinvesting in the region too.


Grand Junction has numerous natural and historical attractions that bring tourists to the region in droves. The Colorado National Monument, Little Book Cliffs, and Grand Mesa attract a large audience of people who want to enjoy their picturesque skylines. These formations also host a lot of annual music and arts festivals. The most popular one is The Country Jam Ranch, which has been held since 1992.

This city has also become a major destination for mountain bikers from as far away as Salt Lake City and California. Grand Junction is famous for its beautiful single-track bike trails like the Kokopelli and Tabeguache trails.

Because of its proximity to luxury hotels and ski resorts, Grand Junction has also become one of the most popular spots for business and leisure travel. One such popular resort is the Powderhorn Resort.