CashFlow Exchange, LLC is Live and Running: A New Channel to Buy & Sell Assignable Contracts, Completely On-line.

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CashFlow Exchange is the premier broker and market-maker for exchanging assignable contracts; for anyone receiving monthly installments, CashFlow Exchange will find a buyer to give them a lump sum; and for anyone wanting monthly cash flow, CashFlow Exchange will find them a seller.

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Get great cash flow today. Receive a lump sum or monthly installments.

CashFlow Exchange, LLC

A new way to exchange cash flows is now available on-line. Sellers can exchange monthly installments for a lump sum (at a slight discount). Buyers can exchange a lump sum for monthly cash flow This can all be done on-line and is all automated.

Business Description
-- CashFlow Exchange is the premier broker and market-maker for selling and buying assignable financial instruments:
-- CashFlow Exchange is completely internet-based
-- CashFlow Exchange can help get the best value for financial instrument

-- To create an efficient online cash flow market
-- To effectively link buyers and sellers to achieve the best value for both
-- To keep all data safe, secure and confidential

-- Our People : CashFlow Exchange will provide a superb place to work where people are excited to be the best they can possibly be, and where they can achieve self-actualization.
-- Our Productivity : CashFlow Exchange will strive to be a highly effective, efficient, trustworthy market-maker and value-adding organization.
-- Our Market: CashFlow Exchange will encourage a winning network of sellers and buyers,who together will create a win-win, lasting value.
-- Our Finances: CashFlow Exchange will optimize investors’ returns , while carefully managing responsibilities.

CashFlow Exchange is a cash flow market-maker or intermediary. CashFlow Exchange introduces buyers and sellers of assignable contracts to the mutual benefit of both parties using advanced matching algorithm.

Possible buyers:

  •              Factoring companies
  •              Finance companies
  •              Private investors
  •              Commercial investors

Fifty-plus possible sellers/contract types:
A fraction of which are sampled here:

  •              Accounts Receivable (Invoices)
  •              Bankruptcy Receivables
  •              Collectibles Notes
  •              Commercial Deficiency Portfolios
  •              Consumer Deficiency Portfolios
  •              Lottery Winnings
  •              Privately Held Mortgage Notes
  •              Retail Installment Contracts
  •              Secured Non-Performing or Delinquent Debt
  •              Structured Settlements
  •              Tax Liens

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