Business Credit Scoring 101


Upcoming Webinar Schedule


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Wednesday, 24 July 2024, at 12:00 PM EST

Wednesday, 24 July 2024, at 7:00 PM EST

During this free webinar you will learn:

  • Why it’s possible for ANYONE to see your business credit reports and scores
  • How business credit scores differ from consumer scores… and how you can easily control most of your business scores by doing one thing really well
  • The score range of Dun & Bradstreet’s most popular score… and what you can do to by in the top tier to make you more lendable
  • 2 types of business credit scores offered by D&B… and some hacks you can do to raise all of your D&B scores
  • How your business FICO score works… and why it’s now being used to determine your approval for almost all conventional SBA loans
  • Why Experian Commercial’s score is one of the most commonly used today… and how it compares to your consumer FICO score
  • How your personal credit can affect your Experian and FICO business scores… and what you can do to raise your scores if your consumer credit is bad
  • The 5 components of your Experian score… and how to improve all 5 aspects to raise your scores quickly
  • Why a 90 is a great score with Equifax… and the one thing you can easily do to ensure you have that score or higher
  • How supplying your financials to D&B can hurt, or help your ability to get credit and loans at the best rates and terms
  • And much more...

About your presenter


Ty Crandall is an internationally known speaker, author, and business credit expert. With over 17 years of financial experience Ty is recognized as an authority in business credit building, business credit scoring, and business financing.

Ty Crandall

Chief Executive Officer

"We at Credit Suite believe everyone should have equal opportunity to access business credit and financing -- no matter what their personal credit may look like."


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