When I use Fundbox to get net terms, what are the payment terms?

We offer two services, a revolving line of credit and net terms on business purchases. This article applies to the net terms service.

 

Before you send funds to a vendor you will be able to review your payment terms. 

 

When your vendor accepts the funds, your net terms begin.

In most U.S. states, at the end of the net terms period, you will automatically enter extended terms—a 52-week repayment plan where your weekly payment plus weekly fee amount are automatically debited from the business checking account you provided.

In states where extended terms are not available, the entire purchase amount will be automatically debited at the end of the net terms period, with no interest or fees.

 

If you want to pay in full before your net terms end, you can do that from your dashboard.

To schedule an automatic payment, you can turn on autopay. Autopay can be turned on from the customer’s dashboard, or whenever they confirm a request for payment with Fundbox from a vendor. It can also be turned back off anytime for the payment is processed.

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