Common Questions and Answers

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

Answer :
A business credit report presents a current, objective picture of how a business manages its financial obligations. It can include:

  • Actual trade payment experiences
  • Public record information
  • Company background
  • Collections information
  • Comparative data placing a company's payment performance in context with its industry
Much of the information displayed on a business credit report comes from actual businesses like yours, providing us with their accounts receivable information. As such, the information is reliable, accurate and non-biased, allowing for an objective view of a company's overall financial health.

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  • 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
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