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        External Guarantees

        The opportunity to collect the receivables from your sales before their due dates

        External Guarantees are a form of credit where financial institutions known as factor or factoring company purchase the receivables from sales on credit, which usually have 90-120 day terms, of the companies that sell goods on credit, and such guarantees enable the exporters to collect their receivables before their due dates in exchange for a certain fee and commission.