HVAC Contractor Business Growth Webinar Bad Credit Finance Programs Launched

Okinus has launched a new weekly webinar with a focus on showing HVAC contractors how they can grow their business. It highlights the benefits of the Okinus finance option for securing more sales.

Suwanee, United States - August 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Okinus has launched a new weekly webinar with director Tom Murphy, showcasing how the company can help all HVAC contractors to grow their business. The webinar will run on Thursdays at 10:30am EST, and attendees will learn how to turn their HVAC turndowns into sales with a no-credit-needed finance option.

More information can be found at: https://okinus.com

With Okinus, no credit or bad credit customers can still be accepted with an 87% approval rating regardless of their FICO score. Customers can get up to $9,000 in financing with no contractor fees, next day funding available, and no paperwork.

In addition to this, affordable payment plans are available for up to 48 months, including three, six, or nine month express pay options. An early payoff discount can also be provided.

Weekly webinars will be held to help HVAC contractors to grow their business and stop missing out on sales. They are designed to help HVAC contractors across the country, and emphasize a way they can grow their customer base with ease.

There are plenty of customers who want to benefit from HVAC installation, but for many individuals and families the cost can be too high. In these situations, buying on finance can be hugely beneficial.

However, all too often customers with bad credit scores can get turned down, even if they have the means to make the repayments. This is frustrating for the customer, and it also means the business misses out on making a sale.

With Okinus, HVAC contractors can make more sales and get more installations running for more customers. Okinus prides itself on helping people to bring home the products and services they want when they need it, without the embarrassment of rejection.

The company states: “We understand that many good people may have not-so-great credit. Our founders grew up in the furniture and financing businesses. Having seen hard-working individuals struggle for basic comforts, they decided to do something to help, so in 2004, Okinus was created with those exact families in mind.”

For more information, please contact Tom Murphy at 855-633-0783.

Contact Info:
Name: Ashley Druica
Email: Send Email
Organization: Okinus
Address: 1148 Satellite Blvd., Suite 203, Suwanee, Georgia 30024, United States
Website: https://www.okinus.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88907665

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