CHECKING YOUR CREDIT WILL NOT HURT YOUR SCORE!
Once you create a business credit file, you receive alerts for new activity. When there is enough information on file, Experian® and Dun and Bradstreet® can start producing your small business’ first business credit scores and establish its business credit.
Business CyberAgent analyzes thousands of websites and billions of data points, alerting you if your business’ information is found and being bought or sold online. When compromised data is identified, Experian captures and alerts you.
The term “business credit score” is unfamiliar to many small business owners. The Business Credit Education Center highlights the difference between business credit and personal credit, provides details on qualifying for better interest rates, and covers topics such as business credit scores.
Active credit monitoring allows you to stay on top of your FICO® Scores. You also receive monitoring alerts for suspicious activity such as new credit inquiries, new loans and delinquent accounts that are reported in your name.
Along with credit monitoring, you receive identity theft protection with benefits that include monitoring for use of your Social Security number, dark web monitoring, enhanced change of address notifications and searching national and international criminal record databases for identity thieves committing crimes in your name.
Screens may be modified for demonstration purposes and subject to change.
Stay on top of your FICO® Scores and actively monitor for changes in your credit report with the benefit of identity theft protection.