Common Questions and Answers

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

Answer :
By simply reporting your commercial accounts receivable information, you can minimize the occurrence of late payments or defaults in your account base.

Here is a list of ways you benefit from reporting:

  • Better leverage debt collection — Customers who know that you are reporting payment behavior to Experian are far less likely to default on their debt.
  • Growth — By sharing your customers' trade payment experience with your fellow credit managers, you can help ensure the growth of your company and of the business community as a whole.
  • Access to Experian's Management Reports — Experian's Management Reports will identify customers who are late paying other vendors and who still may be current with you, which will help you minimize your risk on future sales.
  • Product discounts — Receive discounts on other Experian business credit solutions.

5 Reasons to Monitor Your Business

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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
  • 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?

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

Can I look at business credit reports on other companies that are not my own?

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