Level 1 Trade Vendors
Level 1 Trade vendors are vendors that provide business credit tradelines without previous business credit. Subsequently, business credit is provided based on the credibility of your business.
D&B | EXPERIAN | EQUIFAX
– Entity in good standing with Secretary of State
– EIN number with IRS
– Business address- matching everywhere.
– D & B number
– Business License- if applicable
– Business Bank account
– No minimum time in business
With eCredable, build business credit by reporting your business utility and telecom payments to credit bureaus that maintain your business credit reports and scores.
Any accounts that have been successfully linked on eCredable are verified and reported to Equifax and Creditsafe automatically—this is included in your eCredable Business subscription.
Dun & Bradstreet only accepts the eCredable Business Subscription payment at this time.
** Equifax and Ansonia only accept accounts verified to be in the business name. Personal accounts will not be reported to Equifax or Ansonia.
Automatic Monthly Payment Reporting
Ongoing automatic monthly updating of Linked Accounts requires that you have online access to your utility company, and that you opt-in to share your user ID and password with eCredable to create the link between your utility company’s online accounts and your eCredable profile. If your service provider does not have online access, or you do not have an online account setup with your utility company, eCredable cannot link your account and automatically update your monthly payment history.
Your card will be charged a $49.95 one-time setup fee immediately. You will be charged $9.95 for each month you continue your subscription.
Description: We know how to manage very sensitive data like PII (Personally Identifiable Information) and take this responsibility very seriously. We are focused on data that can help a consumer or small business owner build or enhance their mainstream credit scores. This includes data that is not typically reported to the big three consumer credit bureaus like phone, internet and utility accounts.”