• Average monthly sales or amount of invoice to factor

Invoice Factoring – Factoring E-Commerce Sales and Earnings Statements

Instead of waiting 2-3 months to get paid, factoring e-commerce sales and earnings statements expedites cash flow, enabling you to reinvest in your business more quickly.

E-commerce merchants, vendors, service providers and developers who typically wait weeks – or months – on 3rd party payments from online distribution platforms (such as Amazon, Zulily, Apple and Google app stores, Fiverr, etc.,) can access the working capital promised to them in future payments within 0-2 business days from when they receive a sales or earnings statement.

If you sell goods or services online through a third party platform and you want to know whether invoice factoring could help your business speed up cash flow, contact us at 855-882-6772 or request a quick quote online.

  • Fast approvals and funding
  • Competitive rates and low hold-backs
  • Spot factoring and micro factoring
  • No minimums or maximums
  • Short-term, long-term and no-contract options

Factoring E-Commerce Sales and Earnings Statements – How the Process Works


Get pre-approved to factor third party sales or earnings statements.


Request funding for earnings statements as soon as the first day they are issued to you.


Stop waiting months to get paid for goods and services you sell online.

Invoice Factoring Calculator

Use the factoring calculator below to discover how much working capital you could unlock by factoring the earnings statement you receive from a third party goods or services distribution platform instead of waiting weeks – or months – to get paid.

How Does Factoring E-Commerce Earnings Statements Work?

E-commerce vendors and merchants expedite cash flow by factoring payments owed to them by selling platforms, instead of waiting months to get paid.

When e-commerce sellers factor payments owed to them by third party distribution platforms, they can receive an immediate advance of up to 93% of the promised payment as soon as a sales report is generated, in exchange for a small fee, which may be as low as 5% of the promised payment amount.

Invoices and earnings statements factored are factored within 0-2 business days – up to 93% of the face value of the invoice, with the remainder placed in ‘reserve.’

For instance, if you have a sales or earnings statement promising future payment in the amount of $12,000 and you want to access your earnings without waiting months to get paid, assuming a factoring fee of 5%, and an advance rate of 93%, here’s how it would work:

Day 1 – Factor a $12,000 earnings statement
 – 0-2 Business Days Get access to 93% advance of $11,160 by wire transfer or ACH
Factoring company earns 5% factoring fee of $600
Day 30 – 60 – 90+ Get the $240 reserve amount after the third party remits payment for the earnings statement

Request more information about factoring e-commerce sales and earning statements:

  • Average monthly sales or amount of invoice to factor

Get More Information about Factoring E-Commerce Earnings Statements

Contact us at 855-882-6772 or fill out our online application.

  • No minimums or maximums
  • Factor only when you choose
  • Spot factoring and microfactoring
  • Low and sometimes no hold-backs
  • Fast approvals and funding

Factoring speeds up cash flow for e-commerce merchants, service providers, developers and vendors selling online.

Third party e-commerce selling platforms make it possible for service providers, developers, merchants and vendors of nearly any size to efficiently bring services and goods to a worldwide marketplace. When individuals and businesses sell online on platforms like:

  • Amazon, Zulily, Etsy, Poshmark
  • Google Playstore or Apple iStore
  • Professional services distribution platforms such as Fiverr, etc.,

— they generally wait anywhere from 60 to as many as 90 days (or even longer) to receive payment on goods or services sold. For many, time spent waiting means lost opportunities to grow while they wait to receive the money they have already earned, working capital they need to take on new business, produce bigger orders or keep up with organizational expenses.

The opportunity cost incurred is equivalent to any and all work or orders they must turn down or delay due to lack of working capital as well as the savings they could realize if they had the working capital on hand to take advantage of supplier quick-pay discounts.

E-commerce factoring is a supply chain finance tool that eliminates opportunity cost by funding the working capital owed by third party platforms as soon as a sales report or earnings statement is issued, instead of 60 – 90 days later when the payment is actually remitted by the online selling platform.

When you factor payments owed to you or your business by e-commerce platforms, you can receive an advance of up to 93% of the sales or earnings statement within 0-2 business days (instead of 2-3 months!) These promised payments are equivalent to customer invoices and represent an asset your business may be able to leverage to expedite cash flow and grow more quickly.