Thursday , July 18, 2019

Is it time to take another look at leasing?

NLS Equipment Finance thinks so.

NLS Equipment is a new company, launching just this month, that offers both traditional and new leasing opportunities all designed to encourage ISOs to give leasing another try.

These include: a special bonus program running through June 15; a Zero Payment Recourse program for qualified ISOs; expedited funding; and, a host of other benefits.

“We are determined to make NLS Equipment Finance a truly ISO-centric leasing company,” says Sara Krieger, an executive vice president at the company.   She is part of a team of former leasing executives who founded the company and now manage its day-to-day operations.

“Our decades of experience in leasing taught us what works best and what doesn’t,” Krieger said.  “We took the best of the best from our experiences with traditional leasing.  To that we added new programs, new solutions and new opportunities for sales offices, as well as for their merchant customers,” she added.

This means ISOs get all the benefits of offering equipment leasing:  conversation starters and program differentiators; loyalty boosters; and, of course, profit generators.  And now, they also benefit from expedited processes, streamlined operations, efficient digital signing and new risk-reducing, income-generating programs like Zero Payment Recourse.

To encourage agents to see for themselves just how much better a leasing experience with NLS Equipment can be, the company is also offering a $150 bonus for every lease submitted and funded through June 15.

“ISOs looking for new ways to engage merchants need to look again at leasing,” Krieger says, adding, “We offer proven programs from decades of leasing experience, updated with new, modern ways to be successful.”

ISOs looking for more information about NLS Equipment are invited to contact Krieger at sara.krieger@nlsequipment.com or visit www.nlsequipment.com.

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