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Business Credit

  • Business credit is credit extended under the name of a corporation.
  • When properly built, it has no relation to an owner’s personal credit.
  • This is true even if an organization has one owner who is also the only employee.

Types of Business Credit

  • There are three forms of business credit.
  • Even if you have no other company credit, you can still get vendor credit.
  • Vendor credit is often granted on a net 30 basis.
  • Store credit, on the other hand, is available on a revolving basis, which could necessitate some time in service.
  • Most major retailers provide customer credit.
  • Service companies such as Visa, MasterCard, and American Express offer a wide range of cash credit options.
  • Cash credit is more difficult to receive and can require more time in the business as well as additional documentation prior to registration.

Vendor Credit Tier

  • Vendors are loan providers that use terms like Net 30, which gives you 30 days to pay it off in full.
  • Some vendors will ask for your EIN number or 411 details.
  • To get started, use start-up vendors such as Quill, Grainger, and Uline Strategic Network Solutions.
  • Get credit from these companies and use it only before the bill is charged and the item is shipped.
  • These companies would then report to corporate credit rating agencies, which would enable you to obtain trade lines.
  • A payment experience is a location where an account can be recorded.
  • If you have more purchase interactions, you will be able to receive more credit.
  • A vendor reporting to one business credit rating agency counts as one payment encounter, while a vendor reporting to three agencies counts as three.
  • This method would allow you to create credit more quickly and effectively.

Retail Credit Tier

If you have five or more payment views, you can progress to the Retail Credit Tier.


This can be done in 60 to 90 days.

Electronics Purchase

At this point, you’re establishing credit with retailers such as Best Buy, Amazon, Apple, Costco, and others in order to purchase electronics and supplies for your company.

Fleet Credit Tier

  • Fleet credit is equivalent to vendor and store credit in several ways.
  • Net 30 or rotating terms are available.
  • Fleet credit is used to purchase diesel, restore, and operate all types of vehicles.
  • Vehicles that a corporation may need to handle include taxis, vans, coaches, and company cars.
  • These vehicles may be used for storage as well as passenger and cargo transportation.
  • You’ll need to log ten to fifteen accounts to reach the Fleet Credit Tier.
  • You’ll need at least one account with a $10,000 limit and a Paydex score of 75, which demonstrates that you pay the bills on time.
  • At this stage, you can purchase gasoline, maintenance, and repairs.
  • If you’re in the fleet credit tier, you’ll be buying from BP, Conoco, and Shell.
  • Shell, for example, accounts to D&B and Experian, necessitating a Paydex score of 78 and a 411 company listing.
  • You can reach the Cash Credit Tier if you have fifteen or more accounts.
  • This is the pace at which you must establish corporate credit in order to qualify for higher-limit accounts.
  • Credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, and American Express can provide you with more because they do not require a personal guarantee or a credit check.
  • To handle your credit professionally, you must pay your bills on time.
  • Complete payment increases the company’s credit score more than everything else.
  • When you have fifteen accounts or more, you can advance to the cash lending rate, where you can get credit cards without a personal guarantee or a credit check.
  • Business credit scores are heavily influenced by on-time billing, which makes a big difference.

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