FLEXXBUY Attorney Fee and Retainer Financing

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FLEXXBUY Will Help Your Law Firm Increase Revenues And Reduce The Risk Of Lost Legal Fees By Providing Your Clients With Flexible Financing Options

Are you tired of having to accept less than your full retainer or legal fee?

Do you have uncollected accounts receivable?

Is your firm losing revenue because clients have no money to pay?

Attorneys relay these complaints to us every day.

Lawyers are too often put in the difficult position of either accepting a compromised retainer fee or turning away a person desperate for legal assistance. It is particularly difficult if that person is a former client or a referral.

You can NOW help your clients without jeopardizing your fee by offering flexible, extended payment terms for people with prime and sub-prime credit scores.

Countless people that really require your legal expertise, but lack the means to pay you what you deserve.

FLEXX Legal Attorney Partners and their clients can realize the following benefits:

  • Financing amounts up to $50,000 
  • Terms as long as 5 years
  • Credit down to a 550 FICO Score
  • Interest rates starting at 3.99% (subject to credit tier)
  • Decisions that take a matter of seconds
  • Easy, pain free processing
  • Attorney can receive 100% of  funds within 72 hours

Giving prospective clients alternative options for paying their fees can be the difference between retaining a client or turning one away.

And imagine the increase in business you will realize by simply letting the people in your community know you have flexible payment options.

What do you have to lose?

Get signed up and start advertising that you have Flexible Financing Options and see what happens.

Read the ABA opinion on providing in-house financing to your customers, click here

So don’t delay. Complete the form on this page to learn more about becoming an FLEXX Legal Partner.

For even more flexibility, add our FlexxExtend Program to provide an easy, customized, in-house payment plan for people who are unable to secure third-party financing.