What to Look For

When considering revenue-based financing (RBF), there are several factors that businesses should consider to ensure they are working with a reputable and reliable provider.

Service and Support

Find a RBF provider that offers more than just funding. A good provider will offer exceptional customer service, dedicated account support, and other resources to help your business succeed.


Terms and Conditions

Review the terms and conditions of the RBF agreement carefully and make sure you fully understand the payment structure, percentage remitted, total amount to be remitted, and any fees or charges. Look for a provider that offers transparent and fair terms.


Ability to Build Business Credit

Ask your RBF provider if they report their customers’ payment performance to a major business credit bureau. If they do, it can provide you a unique opportunity to build your business credit while taking advantage of the benefits of RBF. Having a positive business credit score can make your business more fundable and ultimately increase your future purchasing power.

Experience and Track Record

Look for a RBF provider that has a proven track record of success and experience working with small businesses like yours. You want a provider that understands your business and can offer valuable insights and advice.



Research the reputation of the RBF provider and look for reviews or testimonials from other businesses that have worked with them. Better Business Bureau, Trustpilot, and Google reviews are great resources for this. Consider whether the provider has a positive reputation in the industry and whether they have been objectively recognized for their work.

Overall, it’s important to carefully evaluate any RBF provider before entering into an agreement. Consider all of these factors and make sure you feel comfortable with the provider before moving forward with a funding agreement.

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