The newsroom is a place for you to find the latest news articles and press releases featuring Fortiva Retail Credit.

  • Furniture Today

    While tertiary lease-to-own programs have gained lots of ground through granting buying power to shoppers with very little or no credit history, the secondary finance space provides more traditional lending to customers who don’t qualify for financing at prime rates. Second-look financing programs remain an important part of the toolkit for retailers looking to offer credit-challenged consumers a way to make larger purchases.

  • PR Web

    In a feature article published by Retail Merchandiser Magazine, Fortiva Retail Credit’s Joseph Ferguson advised retailers and e-tailers — especially enterprise-level and “Big Box” chains — to insist their second look provider seamlessly integrate into all point-of-sale systems, and lean forward to support a customer-facing omnichannel experience. Ferguson also included insights based on first-hand experience from Charlie Malouf, President and CEO of Broad River Retail – a licensee of 16 Ashley Furniture HomeStore locations who has tapped Fortiva Retail Credit as their preferred second look financing provider.

  • PR Web

    Fortiva Retail Credit CEO, Jeff Howard, Dufresne Spencer Group President, Chad Spencer and President/CEO of Broad River Retail, Charlie Malouf, all recently took the stage at the Ashley Furniture HomeStore Market Event in Las Vegas on July 28, 2017 to discuss the evolution, growth and keys to success in a second look financing partner.

  • Home Furnishings Business

    More than 200 retailers already have registered for the event, but registration is still open through the Storis client portal, Conference sponsors include AcceptanceNOW, ecUtopia, Fortitude Technology, Fortiva Retail Credit, Peak 10 + Via West, Podium, Rocket Software, and Wells Fargo Retail Services. In addition to the keynotes, Storis said the event includes 25 educational seminars, multiple networking events, and evening receptions.

  • Residential Contractor

    According to a 2017 report from the Federal Reserve, 44 percent of Americans are unable to afford an emergency expense costing more than $400, meaning customers with an immediate home improvement need may not have the cash laying around to afford your contracting services. Consumer financing is an easy way to reach these customers and close more sales.