How to Open a Business Credit File with Experian
The other day I got asked which business credit reporting agency is most widely used by banks and credit card issuers when checking a business credit file. Without a doubt I would have to say Experian Commercial which leads me to writing today’s post.
What is a business credit file? A business credit file is created by a business credit reporting agency when a credit grantor reports information associated to a company’s credit account. A business credit file is used by credit grantors during the decision-making process to determine whether or not to extend credit to a business.
Your credit file gets opened with Experian when a credit grantor reports your company’s data to Experian Commercial. In order to accomplish this, your business needs to establish a business credit account with a credit grantor that reports to Experian.
Here are three ways to get your business credit report established with Experian in 30 days:
One of the fastest ways to get this done is with our business credit card funding program. Under this program you get 4-5 business credit cards that report only to Experian Commercial and in some cases Equifax Small Business. In less than 30 days you can have 4-5 revolving lines of credit listed on your Experian business credit report.
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