Business Credit Building Step 2: Getting Your Business Credit Reports

Experian, Dun & Bradstreet, and Equifax offer
business credit reports.

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You will first want to get
a copy of your business credit reports to see what
is being reported before you start your business
credit building.
We’ve made this easy for
you by putting link for all
business credit reporting
agencies in one place.
We even have affiliate
relationships with them
so they’ll provide you with
discounted pricing you won’t normally find on
your own.
You won’t need to get reports with all three
reporting agencies, but you should at least have
monitoring set up with Dun & Bradstreet, and
possibly Experian.

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With these reports you can find out how many
trade lines are reporting, see if you have a
business credit score assigned, see if you have an
active Experian Business Profile, and check on
recent inquiries.

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It can take more time to create a file with Equifax
Small Business than D&B and Experian. This is
because not a lot of vendors and creditors report
to Equifax. Most report to Experian or D&B. This
is also why it’s important to apply with the credit
providers who report to Equifax when you find
them.
Dun & Bradstreet offer a CreditMonitor product
where you can get unlimited access to your D&B
reports and scores for a fee.

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