CreditSignal®

Knowing about score changes and inquiries into your business credit file can help you*:
Anticipate possible partner and lender reactions to changes in your business credit file
Understand whether your business credit scores have been affected by your business activities
Track how many times your business credit file is being accessed**
Know when to take action to help impact your business credit
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The first and only product on the market to provide companies with free access to changes in their D&B® credit scores and ratings.*

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Additional Benefits

  • Get FREE alerts to changes to your D&B scores, including PAYDEX®
  • Get a monthly summary with an overview of changes in your report*

Need More?

You may be missing out on the opportunity to impact your business credit file. With CreditBuilder™, you can strengthen your business credit file and improve your chances to:

  • Qualify for loans
  • Lower interest rates
  • Attract new customers
  • Increase cash flow
  • Negotiate better payment terms
*CreditSignal only indicates that your D&B scores and ratings have changed and alerts you when your business credit file has been purchased. To view actual scores and ratings and learn about what industries are purchasing your D&B file, we recommend that you upgrade to one of our business credit monitoring or credit building solutions. Please note, due to the proprietary nature of these inquiries and inquiry requests, only the industries in which the purchasing customers reside will be revealed.
**Inquiry or Inquiries are the number of individual request(s) for information, which may include but is not limited to credit information, by a unique external customer(s) on a Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number in a rolling one- year (365 days) time period. More than one inquiry can be made by each unique customer, which would indicate that some customers have inquired on such D-U-N-S Number multiple times and may be monitoring the associated business. “Customer” is defined as a person or business requesting Dun & Bradstreet information on another D-U-N-S Number. These requests could be a free service, one time report purchase, or a subscription-based service.