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Experian collects credit obligation information from thousands of businesses nationwide. These businesses are typically the suppliers and lenders with which a company has existing financial relationships.

Experian also collects legal filings from the various local, county and state courts across the United States. Company background information is collected from a variety of independent firms. Experian does not display information directly from a company about its business, unless that information has been verified.

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