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Have a Business? Then you should know about Business Credit and How to Build It.

We have all heard stories of people who have maxed out their personal credit cards to start or pay for business supplies. I did that in the past myself. But to do that, you usually have to have good credit. And even with good credit, you can only get so much money. Even with most business credit cards, you need to have a good credit score to get approved. But what if your personal credit isn’t good and you don’t have a guarantor?

This is when BUILDING BUSINESS CREDIT can be KEY to your business surviving!

But what is business credit? Business credit is credit in a business name, that’s linked to the business’s EIN number not the owner’s SSN. When done properly, business credit can be obtained with no personal credit check and no personal guarantee… something all other cards mentioned can’t deliver.

How to Start Building Business Credit

Most consumer credit starts with secured credit cards or with an account that has a well-established co-signer. However, these days co-signed accounts and secured accounts are not really used in the business world. Most business credit starts with VENDOR accounts instead.

VENDOR accounts are accounts that typically offer terms such as Net 30, instead of revolving so if you get approved for $1,000 in vendor credit and use all $1,000 of it, you’d need to pay that money back in a set term such as within 30 days on a Net 30 account.

A Net 30 account would need to be paid in full within 30 days.

In contrast, a Net 60 account would need to be paid in full within 60 days. This is different from a revolving account. With a revolving account, you have a set time you must pay back what you borrowed.

Credit Suite helps you to start your business credit profile the RIGHT way. They show you how to get approved for vendor accounts that report to the business credit reporting agencies.

Once you’ve done this, you can then use the credit, pay back what you used, and the account gets reported to Dun & Bradstreet, Experian, or Equifax. Once reported, then you have tradelines, an established credit profile, and an established credit score.

Once you have established your business credit profile and score, you can then get approved for store credit, and eventually, store credit without needing to supply your SSN or personal guarantee.

Let us show you how to take your business to new heights! Click on the link below to get free information! .Click Here.

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