BUILDING YOUR BUSINESS CREDIT SCORE
Dun and Bradstreet Profile: D&B Paydex Scores: How to get an 800
When building a business credit score, make certain that the registration information matches with the Secretary of State in the state in which the company was filed. For example, if your company was filed in Wyoming, and also filed in Florida, then make certain that both states report the same information as what you place on the registration. That applies to all information, such as your name as Director, all officer positions, address of the company, etc.
companies filed with similar names
Since there are many companies filed with similar names, business credit agencies don’t like inconsistent or confusing information. Your first step to make certain all data reflecting your company is the same from the Secretary of State to the local business license. You must receive mail at that address. And the Director and officers must truly be involved in the day-to-day operations of the business.
The key here is obtain net 30 accounts. Then buy and pay early. Develop a relationship and never pay late. Ask for a greater line of credit every few months.