SweetPay Channel Partners

ACE powers the Envestnet Credit Exchange for over 100,000 financial advisors. ACE has partnered with SweetPay to use our Access Financing brand for financial advisors to offer the best unsecured personal loans to their clients.

Zip-Loan is extremely well positioned and respected in point-of-sale financing. They believe the SweetPay platform is a game-changer for the industry and is introducing it to their many merchant partners.

Bivvy pet credit, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CUNA Mutual Group, partners with vetenaries across the country to provide pet owners with affordable options for their pet’s unexpected expenses.

Contractor Foreman provides 1,500+ home improvement contractors with an easy-to-use platform for managing jobs and offering quotes, including a way to pay-over-time with SweetPay.

Elderlife Financial Services provides the aging population who require senior or assisted living facilities the financial means to do so, including personal loans through SweetPay. They are partnered with over 3,000 senior and assisted living communities across the country.

Taycor Financial is a leading commercial lending platform that has incorporated SweetPay for its merchant partners that also require consumer lending options. Taycor’s merchant partners include large auction and used equipment sites, such as eBay Motors and Machinery Pete.

Broadlume has a collection of brands that create a seamless buying experience for today’s consumer. Using their online experience, FlooringStores.com, together with their distribution brand, FlooringStores United, they uniquely serve thousands of retailers, manufacturers, builders, and flooring consumers.

National Payment Processors is a large merchant services operation having close to 30,000 merchant accounts. NPP is spearheading an initiative to bring consumer financing to a select group of its merchants and has partnered with SweetPay to “white label” the program as NPP Fund & Pay.

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