Common Questions and Answers

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

Answer :
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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