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What data sources are used in Experian's business credit reports?


Experian business credit reports combine information from sources including actual trade payment experiences submitted by payees, public record information, collections information, company background and comparative data placing a company's payment performance in context with its industries.

The following are a few examples of the agencies and entities that data is pulled from: state filing offices, public records, credit card companies, collections agencies, Corporate Financial Information and marketing databases.

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