Financial Solutions for North American Companies


Invoice factoring (accounts receivable financing) with Scale Funding makes it easy to get your business the cash it needs quickly and easily. There are no start-up fees and the setup process is simple and quick.

How Can My Business Benefit from Accounts Receivable Financing and Invoice Factoring?

  • Eliminates the cash-flow gap from slow-paying customers.
  • Turns your invoices into cash within 24 hours.
  • Gives you the ability to meet payroll with ease.
  • Get caught up on your bills with your increased cash flow.
  • Invest and accept new contracts as you no longer have to wait to get paid.

Who Can A Georgia Factoring Company Help?

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

Invoice Factoring Provides the Cash Companies Need

Georgia factoring companiesGet Cash for Your Business

If your business needs to speed up its cash flow and obtain funding to operate, invoice factoring can help do just that.

Expansion & Growth

Do you need extra funds to invest in your growing business? Invoice factoring provides you with instant cash on your invoices so you’re able to accept new contracts and grow quickly.

Maxed-Out Lines of Credit

When the bank limits the amount of capital you have available, it can be difficult to manage your cash flow. Invoice factoring does not limit the funding available to you. The amount grows as your business grows.

Slow-Paying Customers

No matter what industry you’re in, it’s difficult to be in control of your financial situation when you’re waiting for your customers to pay. Take back control of your financial situation with accounts receivable financing programs.


When you’ve used most or all your money to start-up your business, it can be difficult to have enough to run daily operations. Your Georgia factoring company provides startups with the cash needed to get off the ground running.

Bank Turn-Downs

It’s simple. When the bank says “no,” Scale Funding says “yes.” Contact one of our financial experts to find out how we can help when banks can’t.

Less-Than-Percent Credit

With accounts receivable financing, we don’t look at your credit, but rather at your customers’ credit. There is no need to worry if you have no credit or less-than-perfect credit. We can get you funded.

Tax Problems

When issues from taxes come into play, most banks won’t consider lending you money to help. With our creative accounts receivable financing programs, we’re able to help get you the cash you need.

Bank Workouts

If the banks are pulling the funds you rely on to run your business, invoice factoring fills this gap by providing you with the working capital you need.


A company that is in post-petition or a reorganization situation needs cash to get back on the track of success. Scale Funding wants to help by providing you with a steady stream of cash.

We’ve provided accounts receivable factoring for companies throughout many cities in Georgia including:

Atlanta Augusta  Calhoun  Columbus 
 Dalton Newnan  Savannah

Companies throughout Georgia choose Scale Funding for accounts receivable factoring. Call (800) 707-4845 to get started.

Latest Georgia Updates

  • Dacula, Georgia Trucking Company Funded $20,000 with Invoice Factoring
  • Oakwood, Georgia Trucking Company Funded $1 Million with a Georgia Invoice Factoring Program
  • Metter, Georgia Trucking Company Funded $20,000 with Accounts Receivable Financing
  • LaGrange, Georgia Staffing Agency Funded $300,000 with Invoice Factoring
  • Powder Springs, Georgia Trucking Company Funded $15,000 with Accounts Receivable Factoring


Georgia factoring companiesGeorgia has the eighth largest state population in the United States with more than 10 million residents. Its state capital, Atlanta, has the largest city population of about 443,000 people. Other top cities based on population in the “Empire State of the South,” include Augusta-Richmond, Columbus, Northeast Cobb, Savannah, and Athens-Clarke.

Georgia has a diverse terrain including lakes, rivers, and mountains. Because of the various altitudes and the proximity of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, the climate varies by region. In the mountains north of Atlanta, the climate is colder than anywhere else in the state. However, most of the state has a humid subtropical climate with mild winters and hot summers.


Georgia factoring companiesAgricultural is one of the state’s top economic industries. It’s the leading producer of peaches giving it its nickname of the “Peach State.” Georgia is also the largest producer of peanuts and pecans in the United States. Other common crops grown and harvested here include cotton, apples, tobacco, corn, soybeans, grain, watermelon, and sweet potatoes. Livestock is also a big part of its agriculture industry including eggs, cattle, hogs, and milk.

Other major industries in the state include manufacturing, mining, energy, automotive, and tourism.

Manufacturing makes many of the agricultural items worth more in the state. For example, cotton harvested in Georgia is made into cotton clothing. Many processed foods and beverages are also manufactured here. One of the top employers is Coca-Cola with its headquarters located in Atlanta.

Mining and energy is another prosperous industry. The state is the top producer of clay and kaolin. Several types of stone are also quarried here including crushed stone, building stone, gravel, marble, and limestone.

The southeast section of the United States is known as “Automotive Alley” and Georgia is a big part of it. According to the state’s website, more than 20 percent of all East Coast automotive-related exports leave Georgia’s ports.

Attractions & Entertainment

Tourists and residents enjoy many activities and attractions in the state.

One of the top destinations is the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This is a 30-acre landscaped garden and woodland area. Besides looking at the beautiful plants and flowers throughout the garden, visitors can also enjoy dining, concerts and more.

Underground Atlanta is a common gathering place people go to enjoy dining, shopping, and entertainment. It’s one of the oldest attractions in the city and is commonly referred to as the “City Beneath the Streets.”

Georgia factoring companiesZoo Atlanta was founded in 1889. It’s one of “America’s Favorite Zoos” with almost 1,000 animals including many species of birds, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals.

Sports lovers enjoy the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame located in Macon. It’s the largest state sports hall of fame in America. In the 43,000-square foot facility, it features 3,000 artifacts from high school, college, Olympic, Paralympic, and professional sports.

Notable Names

Civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. was born in Atlanta in 1929. Located in his hometown, the King Center is the official national and international memorial dedicated to the leader for his contributions to the civil rights movement. The city also hosts a march and rally each year in his memory.

Although he was born in South Carolina, singer, songwriter, and musician James Brown was raised mostly in Augusta – moving there when he was about four or five years old. He is known as the “Godfather of Soul.”

President Jimmy Carter was born in Plains. He was the 39th president of the United States.

Tyrus “Ty” Cobb was an American Major League Baseball player from Narrows. He was nicknamed “The Georgia Peach” and spent most of his time in the MLB playing with the Detroit Tigers. He is in the Baseball Hall of Fame and holds a lifetime batting overage of .367, which is the highest in major league history.

Another big name in baseball history is Jackie Robinson. He was born in Cairo and was the first black athlete to play in the MLB. He signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 and was named “Rookie of the Year” and the National League MVP.

Several other notable names are from Georgia include Jeff Daniels, Julia Roberts, Luke Bryan, Trisha Yearwood, Spike Lee, and many others.