In Stage 3, we show you how to open and kick off your business credit files. This is with all three business credit reporting agencies. They are: Dun & Bradstreet, Experian, and Equifax. Most vendors use Dun & Bradstreet to extend lines of credit. Landlords use them to approve office leases as well. Many credit card companies and nontraditional business lenders use Experian. Equifax has the Small Business Financial Exchange. It is most important for cash lenders such as banks. To concentrate on one and not the others create lopsided credibility. You need to build all three. The how-to instructions in this stage clarify how to get started the right way with each Business Credit Reporting Agency. These methods have been tested and proven by thousands of our business members before you. There are some confusing claims made by the business credit reporting agencies. For instance, Dun & Bradstreet claims you must pay them or they will never open a business file for you. This is simply not true. Your file will activate with them, but it takes a few reporting cycles. Equifax claims they don’t allow business owners to buy a copy of their reports. This is true, but we show how to get a copy of your Equifax business report without buying it. In Stage 3 we wipe away all confusion about the business credit reporting agencies. You can access all three business credit reports. And you get a much clearer understanding of business credit reporting. And you will know how your business credit scores are developed. Our business credit building system is data integrated with Experian Smart business credit reports. When you first log in, you can see exactly where your company currently stands in the business credit building process. You can then track your real time progress as your business credit grows.
1 – Dun & Bradstreet Business Credit Report.
2 – Experian Business Profile Report.
3 – Equifax Small Business Credit Report.
4 – Credit scores; What are Excellent Business Credit Scores? .