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Payoneer Working Capital for eCommerce Sellers

Supply chain financing, factoring, trade finance, and merchant cash advances are various ways sellers gain access to working capital before buyers make their payments. Cross-border payment processor Payoneer has launched a service it calls Early Payments to give working capital to mostly smaller ecommerce merchants. Typical accounts receivable terms call for payment to be received within 30 to 60 days. Sellers using the Early Payments service will receive up to 80% of their accounts receivable at least a month earlier. Payoneer lets merchants select exactly how much to receive early. Pay...

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April 2017
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