Small businesses are being greatly affected by the current economic environment. Many may need to seek outside funding to weather the impacts of this pandemic. Business credit scores and ratings are some of the inputs that are typically used when entities are determining who to extend capital and for how much. Awareness around the information in your business credit file and ensuring that it is complete is one step you can take that may help lenders understand your company and its credibility when considering a loan application.
CreditSignal is a FREE tool, which shows your D&B PAYDEX® Score, Financial Stress Score, Delinquency Predictor Score, and Supplier Evaluation Risk Rating free for 14 days, then provides alerts to directional changes to these scores. Get free alerts to changes in your file, such as changes to inquiries and events—information that lenders and other businesses that may be accessing your file can see.
*CreditSignal only shows certain of your Dun & Bradstreet scores for 14 days, then provides directional changes to such scores. It also indicates the number of individual request(s) for information, which may include but is not limited to credit information, by a unique external customer(s) on a D-U-N-S® Number. To view additional scores and ratings, view scores and ratings following the 14 day period, or learn about what industries are making such requests, we recommend that you upgrade to one of our paid credit monitoring or credit building solutions. Please note, due to the proprietary nature of these inquiries, we do not provide the names of the companies inquiring on your business credit file—only the industries in which they reside.
**Inquiry or Inquiries are the number of individual request(s) for information, which may include but is not limited to credit information, by a unique external customer(s) on a Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number in a rolling one- year (365 days) time period. More than one inquiry can be made by each unique customer, which would indicate that some customers have inquired on such D-U-N-S Number multiple times and may be monitoring the associated business. “Customer” is defined as a person or business requesting Dun & Bradstreet information on another D-U-N-S Number. These requests could be a free service, one time report purchase, or a subscription-based service.