Sell your invoices
- Get paid straight away
Selling invoices is an alternative to overdraft and company loans. On Invoier's marketplace many interested buyers bid on your invoices.
By digitizing the entire invoice purchase process, the price of your invoices is pressed. This way, you always get the best price on the marketplace, regardless of whether you want to sell one or more invoices.
See below how the service works.
Apply in two minutes
The only things needed to get started are
- Company draftsman for your company
After being identified with BankID, you can securely enter the account number to which you want the money to be sent after any invoice sale.
It only takes two minutes to apply. We will return as soon as we have reviewed the application.
Price for your invoice directly
By uploading information about a not-yet-sent invoice, our platform automatically matches your invoice with multiple buyers. The best price offer is presented to you in real time.
Unlike traditional factoring companies, we do not require you to sell all your invoices. You choose how many invoices you want to sell - all depending on your financing needs.
In order to give you a price to consider, we need:
- Invoice information (amount, payment deadline, customer)
- Invoice recipient's contact information (used if we need to confirm the invoice)
- Invoice (pdf or image)
Sell the invoice
Accept the deal with one click if you are satisfied with the price offered. Once the trade has been confirmed from Invoier's side, you will receive an order confirmation and information about when the money is expected to land in your account.
Please note that you should not send the invoice to the customer - we will take care of this for you.
Financed & done
The money is on its way and will be available on your bank account within a few days. Since Invoier takes care of invoice management, you do not have to worry about anything.
Please note that the payment may take a little longer for first-time transactions as we must confirm with your customer that the invoice will be paid.
All information needed for your accounting is found in the order confirmation.
Register your company straight away
The application only takes two minutes and is non-binding
Frequently asked questions
We already use invoice financing today. Why switch to Invoier?
In addition to invoice financing, our risk engine helps to flag your company's invoices so that you can take action in good time if any of your customers are not expected to pay an invoice on time.
What does it cost?
As a seller, you pay no fees to sell an invoice. However, the amount you receive for the invoice is based on the current market price. On average, it is 97-99% of the invoice amount and depends, among other things, on how attractive the invoice is for the platform's various buyers.
Do you have to sell invoices if you create an account?
The decision to sell an invoice is entirely up to you. Having an account with Invoier costs nothing, and you do not undertake to sell anything. No bindings, no hidden fees - we really only care that your company should be able to get as good a price proposal as possible for the invoices you are considering selling.
What is needed to be able to use Invoier's services?
For companies in the financial sector, there are special requirements for customer knowledge. When registering an account, we will therefore ask a couple of questions regarding your business. By automatically retrieving information about your company through your organization number, we have designed the process so that it is experienced as simple and fast as possible. You confirm whether the information about your company is correct and answer a few additional questions (these questions concern the purpose for which you wish to use Invoier's services, as well as expected sales in the form of invoice sales). Invoier's KYC process follows the requirements of the Act (2017: 630) on measures against money laundering and financing of terrorism and the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority's regulations (FFFS 2017: 11) on measures against money laundering and financing of terrorism and follows the same structure that most institutions apply in their more or less automated KYC processes.
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