Heavy Hauling Truck and Trailer Financing – Good or Bad Credit




When you’re seeking financing for your heavy haul trucking business, it should match:

Your business cash flow

  • The needs of the market you serve
  • Your business history

The Result is… Financing that Matches YOUR Needs


You know how difficult it is to get financing. It’s time consuming, frustrating and confusing.

Even great businesses run up against obstacles getting capital they need from banks and credit card companies. Our process allows us to say yes to more small businesses just like yours. It doesn’t matter if you have perfect credit or bad credit. We offer programs for every situation––even yours.


Heavy Hauling Truck, Trailer Finance Program Highlights
For Businesses with Good or Bad Credit


  • Transactions up to $2,000,000 and more
  • 24-hour decisions
  • Single owner operator loans and leases
  • Fleet loans and leases
  • Good credit – OK
  • Bad credit – OK
  • Long terms and low down payment options
  • Financing for all commercial classes
  • Financing for trucks, trailers, machinery & equipment


At CFIC Funding, we look at every application as an opportunity to serve you and fund your equipment. In order to serve you better, we ask that you fill out the application as clearly and completely as possible.

Get started today in 3 easy steps!

Step 1 –– Fill out an application and provide a Bill of Sale or Invoice and Spec Sheet from the seller of the equipment you want.

Step 2 –– Send us your application, Bill of Sale (or Invoice) and the Spec Sheet from the seller. Send it by email to: david@cficfunding.com

Step 3 –– We can advise you within minutes, with what we will need to move forward. Pick up the phone and Dial 1-424-224-7084.

Let us help you acquire your new or used equipment to improve the growth of your business. Contact us today, regardless of your credit score. CFIC Funding is here to serve you.

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CFIC Funding
949 W 26th Street, Suite #202
San Pedro CA 90731

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Project Financing–Lenders Want to Finance Your Business

Did you know that there are lenders even in today’s market who are not only looking for businesses and projects to finance… they are actually eager to do so? So how do you position your company to be one of them? Keep reading.

Pull up a front row seat and listen in. Today we were talking with the Managing Director of the Private Equity Group we work with. He made the comment: “It’s very difficult to find developers that can do what they claim they can.” It was very similar to what the president of an Equipment Leasing firm said recently.

Think about that for a moment.

These legitimate and capable lenders are actively looking for more businesses and projects to finance. These are sources of capital that get loan and funding requests daily. Many are from sound business concerns with good ideas. But they’re not getting the necessary documentation to support the loan requests they receive. Consequently, they can’t fund as much business as they’d like.

What are they not getting that prevents them from funding the loan? It can be many things. It can be unsigned equipment orders, not getting the right permits and/or licenses, not providing signed purchase contracts or orders from your customers. Many times it comes down to not providing something as simple as a tax return. Often it’s not being clear with how you plan to use the loan proceeds.

If you want money to grow and develop your business, whether it’s $50,000 or $500 million, you have to forecast and plan each step of the way to make sure you have covered all eventualities. Make sure all your orders, contracts, quotes, permits and licenses are fully dated and signed before you send them to your lender or investor.

Be sure to provide a clear step-by-step description of how you see the transaction taking place. If your lender has already stated how it should go, say it again so the lender knows you understand. This is very important, as the lender will be more comfortable in working with a borrower that qualifies and understands his process and procedures.

Let there be no doubt, all lenders would love for the deal to come together and fund smoothly. Just like you. So, be thorough and make sure you give them what they need the first time.

If you need help, ask us for it. Visit us tomorrow for another free commercial loan secret and be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed.

You can also contact us to ask questions and voice your concerns. Just pick up the phone and dial, CFIC Funding, Inc. today at 310-421-7370! Ask for David Young or Wayne Clinton. You can also visit http://www.cficfunding.com or mail david@cficfunding.com or wayne@cficfunding.com