86% of businesses use their owners’ personal credit to fund their entrepreneurial dreams, and establishing business credit can help you draw a clear and important line between your personal and business finances and mitigate the need to sign a personal guarantee for business funds.
Why Build Business Credit With Us?
1. Get Approved for HIGH-Limit Revolving Credit Cards in your business name.
2. Business credit is cheaper than personal credit.
3. Get Your Business Credit Profile Quickly Setup and Activated with D&B, Experian, and Equifax Commercial Saving You Time and Money.
4. Get more approvals on net 30 terms with suppliers, vendors etc.
5. Get Your Business Credit Profile Quickly Setup and Activated with D&B, Experian, and Equifax Commercial Saving You Time and Money.
6. Monitor Your Business Credit with D&B and Experian Commercial in Real Time through Credit Monitoring Integration.
5 Steps to Getting Your Business Credit
Build Business Credibility
555 Capital and its team will cover all of the “credibility” points that issuers check on business funding applications.
Establish Your Business Credit Reports
We help you get set up with the three major business credit reporting agencies: Dun & Bradstreet, Experian, and Equifax Commercial to make sure the record of your business's details are accurate.
Obtain Initial Business Credit
Get approved for new credit, in your business's name, that reports to Dun & Bradstreet, Experian, and Equifax. Note: This is credit that reports only to the business credit reporting agencies, not the consumer credit bureaus.
Obtain Store Business Credit Accounts
After the initial credit obtained in Step 3 is reported to the business credit reporting agencies, you can start obtaining credit at major retailers, Net 30, and even revolving store credit with retailers such as Tiger Direct, Amazon, Staples, Lowes, AutoZone, Macys, Conoco, Exxon, and more.
Obtain High Limit Revolving Credit Cards
Revolving accounts mean you’ll only need to make a minimum payment each month on what you charge, instead of paying off entire balances at the end of the month.