Paragon Financial Group Review

View Paragon Financial Group's invoice factoring service for your business. Includes info on Paragon Financial Group, review, pricing, and FAQs.

Updated on September 19th, 2019

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Paragon Financial Group is an invoice factoring and a trucking factoring company. Paragon Financial Group provides growing businesses an alternative to bank financing through invoice factoring, credit protection, accounts receivable management and purchase order financing.

Pricing:

Paragon Financial Group charges a minimum of one percent of an invoice amount according to our research. Paragon Financial Group does not provide pricing information on their website. According to our research, their fee varies based on your business's needs and situation. Paragon Financial Group charges a $190.00 due diligence fee to begin contracts. Should your business choose to stop working with Paragon, they charge a termination fee.

Paragon Financial Group
Review:

Pros: Flexible to cater to business's individual needs.

Cons: Paragon Financial Group charges a termination fee.

Bottomline: Reputable company.

Key Information:

Co-founders

Jon Anselma, Michael Rossi

Founded

1994

Headquarters

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Number of Employees

11–50

President

Chris Curtin

Address

200 SE 9th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33316, United States

Phone

+1 954-524-4840

Website

www.paragonfinancial.net

News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

September 14, 2018

Paragon Financial Offers Fast Hurricane Florence Funding for Business Clean-Up Efforts

August 21, 2018

Paragon Financial Group Hires Emily Reeves as New Sales Consultant

FAQs:

Is there a Paragon Financial Group free trial?

Paragon Financial Group makes no mention of a free trial on their website.

Pricing information can be found here.

What are some Paragon Financial Group alternatives?

If you're considering starting your own trucking business, have a look at our How to Start a Trucking Business guide for advice.