Checking the business credit report and score of a company prior doing business with them has become imperative. It has also become something that can be extremely expensive. Our business credit reporting agency wants to solve this issue for small businesses so you don’t have to sacrifice quality for price. Our reports are only $6.00 and are packed full of aging, a business credit score, industry specific information, news on the business and more.

What is my Business Credit Score?

Don’t let your business credit score keep you from success! We can instantly provide your company’s credit score and the data that other companies see when they run your business credit report. Sign-up today for your free trial to find out what is your business credit score.

What’s in your business credit report?

  • Business Credit Score
  • Trade Lines & Payment History
  • SBA Loan Indicator for Loan and Qualifying for an SBA Loan
  • Reported Annual Sales
  • Officers and Directors
  • Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes
  • North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes
  • Number of Employees
  • Business Location and Phone Numbers
  • Public Records
  • Years in Business and Key Personnel

Learn what your business credit score really means.

Business credit scores run from 0 on the low end, up to 100 at the top. The lower your score, the higher the risk to the creditor. Business credit scores reflect how timely you pay your banks, suppliers, credit cards and lines. They also factor in the number of years you’ve been in business and any liens, judgments, collections and bankruptcies.

Businesses with good credit scores get lower insurance rates, lower interest rates and better terms with banks and suppliers, and negotiating leverage.

Take action to improve your score

  • Pay your invoices according to terms
  • Don’t use personal credit for your business. Open lines, credit cards and leases in your company’s name, not your own.
  • Encourage your creditors to report your good payment history to all credit bureaus
  • Immediately contact Dun & Bradstreet, Equifax, and Experian with any corrections to your business credit report.

Stay on top of your company’s report

When information is not correct, you need to act. The sources of the information contained on your report is identified in each section.

  • For Experian: Email a PDF of the corrections on your company letterhead to, include your company contact information and make sure the corrections are signed by a company officer
  • For Equifax: Use this form and follow the instructions.
  • For Dun & Bradstreet: Call 800-765-3867 or go to, click on the “Duns number” tab and follow the instructions