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DNB Dunn and Bradstreet FREE business credit report with Paydex score due to Brexit

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Just got this email that D&B is offering a free business credit report. Obviously you need a DUNS number for this, but usually this report runs $50 or so unless you have one of their subscriptions.

It's pretty easy you can just click the link, search for your company (if you don't know your DUNS #) and then submit an order for $0.00

Here's the link - www.dandb.com/brexit

NOTE: The report shows up in your "dashboard" after several hours, not right away.

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In an effort to help companies that may be affected by the Brexit outcome but that do not currently use one of Dun & Bradstreet’s risk solutions, we are providing free access to our business credit reports for a limited period.

From now until July 31, 2016, your business can access D&B® business credit reports, including all available D&B scores and ratings, on companies in the UK, US, and Canada at no charge.* No credit card or other financial obligation is required.

To set up your account and begin accessing reports, visit www.dandb.com/brexit.

How does this program work?
• You’ll gain 24/7 access to Credit Reporter, Dun & Bradstreet’s next generation risk management product, today until July 31 at no charge

• During this time, you can access up to $5,000 worth of D&B business credit reports on companies in the UK, US, and Canada and have unlimited access to those reports

• You’ll also receive 12 months of email alerts to changes to the business credit files of the companies you’ve monitored

• Your free access to download business credit reports will end on July 31st, 2016

In this time of uncertainty, Dun & Bradstreet is committed to supporting your business and the business community at large. Visit www.dandb.com/brexit to learn more about Credit Reporter and to set up your account and begin viewing reports.
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Thanks. I have a business I plan to get report on. I'm not real familiar how business credit/credit reports work. Will it be a hard pull?

I got Citi business cc offer for $400 bonus with $3k spend. Any help on criteria/procesz Citi will approve/disapprove?
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Thanks. I have a business I plan to get report on. I'm not real familiar how business credit/credit reports work. Will it be a hard pull?

I got Citi business cc offer for $400 bonus with $3k spend. Any help on criteria/procesz Citi will approve/disapprove?
The hardpull / softpull concept is not the same for business as it is for consumers, but I can say that they do note inquiries. That being said, this does not count as a pull anytime I've ever looked - only actual business to business inquiries count.

That being said, your Paydex / DNB credit isn't that important if you are guarantying a credit card (like the citi card you mentioned) as they mostly go off of your credit as the guarantor. Where it is cool is when you open up stand alone accounts with no guarantor (pretty hard now days, but used to be normal with an 80+ paydex score). There might still be some out there. I have Staples, Office Depot, and a Citi MC all with decent limits that have no guarantor - company only. These were all opened > 10yrs ago, so I'm sure times have changed. One place that was known to be a good starter was Quill (online office supplies) and they will set you up with a non-guarantor Net30 type of account. Amazon used to as well, not sure if they still do.
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