A company, which is a restaurant, was short on cash flow for two reasons. First, it recently expanded into catering for hospitals and commercial establishments. Second,it’s major customer had 60 day payment terms, which caused a greater cash flow shortage. The company needed a line of credit to fund it’s payroll, food costs, and other expenses related to expanding into the catering sector. In addition to a cash flow shortage, the company’s financial statements were not accurate or reliable, despite the fact that the company contracted with a large bookkeeping company. CFR was able to provide the company with a Factoring Line of Credit for funding needs and consulted with the company on more reliable book keeping options.