Common Questions and Answers

As a creditor or supplier, how can I report my data to Experian?

Answer :
Experian offers business credit data reporting through the Internet via Secure HTTP. Experian utilizes Connect: Enterprise, a tool that manages the intricacies of sending or receiving data securely and reliably over the Internet. Experian encrypts the transfer session using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology, the Internet security standard.

If you are a creditor or a supplier, you may learn more about reporting business credit data through the Internet and obtain a user ID and password. To get started, please contact your authorized Experian reseller or Experian directly at 800 478 0650 or click here for more information.

5 Reasons to Monitor Your Business

Business owner

  • 24/7 monitoring of your company's Experian credit score
  • Automatic email alerts of any unusual activity in your company's credit report that might indicate fraud
  • Unlimited access to your company's most up-to-date credit report and score
  • Dark Web Surveillance
  • Business Fraud Resolution Support

Related questions

I am a creditor and/or supplier. Why should I report my accounts receivable data to Experian?

As a supplier, if I report payment behavior data to Experian could competitors steal my customers?

What's in it for me if I report my account receivable data to Experian?

What type of information can be found in a business credit report?

Do you have more questions regarding Experian business credit reports? Return to the home page of for more commonly asked business credit questions, additional resources, and special offers to help you manage and grow a business.

You may also view our full list of frequently asked questions by visiting this page.
Like to see a new topic covered? Send topic suggestions to: .

Find us on Linkedin    Find us on Facebook    Find us on Twitter    Find us on YouTube    Find us on Instagram