Check out faster on with net 30 terms

Make purchasing easier by applying for a line of credit powered by apruve, the platform TI uses to manage their terms and invoicing program for online purchases. Apruve manages invoices, payments, and payment reminders for purchases made with net 30 terms.

A line of credit is available in the following regions:

  • United States
  • Canada
  • European Union
  • Switzerland

Visit apruve to apply now 

Buy now, pay later

With a line of credit through apruve, you get net 30 terms on every purchase

Track your PO and go

Easily track orders with your PO# through digital, paperless payment and invoicing.

One account, multiple buyers

Add colleagues to your company account through a single hub to allow more time for collaboration.

*You will be directed to a site owned and operated by our partner, apruve.

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What payment methods can I use to pay my apruve invoices?

For customers that have a bank account domiciled in the U,S., the method is ACH. ACH or Automated Clearing House refers to a funds transfer system which provides for the interbank clearing of electronic entries for participating financial institutions. (Electronic Code of Federal Regulations) The ACH Network is governed by the non-profit body NACHA (Electronic Payment Association).


For bank accounts domiciled out of the U.S., you can pay by wire transfer, which usually includes a fee from your bank. Please consult with your bank for confirmation on any additional fees they may charge.

What currency will my apruve invoices be in?

Currently, all payments made through apruve will be invoiced in U.S. dollars.

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