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  1. Thanks A lot!!! Wright express Pep Boys Fleet Lowes Staples Office depot. Are these done after you established your paydex score 80 with DNB OR before that to build your credit?? Thanks in advance!!! Jiffy lube, Wright Express and Pep Boys Fleet are all underwritted by the same company... Which is Wright Express. I got my first 500 jiffy lube gas card through wex after I had Quill,Gemplers and grainger reporting right at 100 each on DNB (65.00 purchases report as 100.00) Three months later I got a card branded just by WEX in the amount of 1500.00 So to answer your question.... You would likley have to have at least what I stated above reporting on DNB to be approved for a gas card. But a paydex may not be required. You results may vary. Right now you and anyone else with limited business credit history need to shoot for a gas card. They open up a LOT of DOORS leading to future REVOLVING credit (The stuff everyone wants). The trades listed in my signature were obtained ''first to last'' in the order of ''Left to Right'' under each catagory ''Net 30's'' and ''Revolving Accounts'' Go in THAT order and you should be able to make some progress.
  2. i did not know that you can get Net 30 days credit with the following companies to build your business history and payments with D&B. Let me know which one is true??? Jiffy Lube afleet Wright express Pep Boys Fleet Lowes Staples Office depot. Are these done after you established your paydex score 80 with DNB OR before that to build your credit?? Thanks in advance!!!
  3. ok Thank you very much Well, I never ordered from Nebs, but at Grainger you fill an application with your business info, fax them over and they will give you a limit of 1000 dollars and an account number. I think that's how they will report, based on your application
  4. Thanks. Grainger did not open you up an account under your business name and allow net 30 payments???? WOW. They used to be the easiest. They were actually my first. I would call them up to try to get an account. Be sure to have your TAX I.D. number and DNB number if possible. You can use what ever card you like to pay for orders. Personal or business. It's just a matter of prefrence. I personally use a personal card (Don't have any pg or non-pg business cards except for a business debit card) that offers cash back of 1.5%. I use that card for EVERYTHING. The only time I don't use it is when they won't take a credit card for an account payment (Wex/Jiffy lube/ pepboys/mortgage) When these big comapnys report they do ''Data dumps'' Which sometimes is only company name and address. From there DNB takes it and attempts to apply it to the correct account. It always helps if you provide them with your DNB number at the time of the app if they allow you to. A lot of times they will ask what your DNB is on the application for credit. Sometimes you can call and provide them with that information after the fact. They can always find your credit file even without your DNB number. So i'm assuming even when you don't supply them with that they somehow link that to your account during the app process.
  5. Thank you very much. Awesome! Thank you! :-)
  6. Thanks for the info bfmanhaes. I went online couple days ago and applied online at Grainger.com and ordered the products at the same time. Are you saying that I should get an application form and fax it over to get an account or it is the samething doing it online??? Thanks again!! Well, I never ordered from Nebs, but at Grainger you fill an application with your business info, fax them over and they will give you a limit of 1000 dollars and an account number. I think that's how they will report, based on your application
  7. I just ordered products thru Uline, Grainger and nebs-- minimum spent between $50.00 to $60.00. Uline let me use net 30 account for the order, which is really nice, while Grainger and Nebs expect you to pay the order using your credit cards. My question is and does any know----should I use my personal Credit cards to make the payments or should I open new account under my business name from my bank and order cheques using my company name to pay the order?? Also, how should they know my Duns number to make the trade reference?? Should I tell them and notify them after I make the payments and receiced orders. Thanks and your reply is always appreciated. Thanks much!!!!
  8. just ordered products thru Uline, Grainger and nebs-- minimum spent between $50.00 to $60.00. Uline let me use net 30 account for the order, which is really nice, while Grainger and Nebs expect you to pay the order using your credit cards. My question is and does any one know----should I use my personal Credit cards to make the payments or should I open new account under my business name from my bank and order cheques using my company name to pay the order?? Also, how should they know my Duns number to make the trade reference?? Should I tell them and notify them after I make the payments and receiced orders. Thanks and your reply is always appreciated. Thanks much!!!!
  9. just ordered products thru Uline, Grainger and nebs-- minimum spent between $50.00 to $60.00. Uline let me use net 30 account for the order, which is really nice, while Grainger and Nebs expect you to pay the order using your credit cards. My question is and does any one know---should I use my personal Credit cards to make the payments or should I open new account under my business name from my bank and order cheques using my company name to pay the order?? Also, how should they know my Duns number to make the trade reference?? Should I tell them and notify them after I make the payments and receiced orders. Thanks and your reply is always appreciated. Thanks much!!!!
  10. Any Idea for the below question??? Thanks Alplouis!!! I just ordered products thru Uline, Grainger and nebs-- minimum spent between $50.00 to $60.00. Uline let me use net 30 account for the order, which is really nice, while Grainger and Nebs expect you to pay the order using your credit cards. My question is should I use my personal Credit cards to make the payments or should I open new account under my business name from my bank and order cheques using my company name to pay the order?? Also, how should they know my Duns number to make the trade reference?? Should I tell them and notify them after I make the payments and receiced orders. Thanks and your reply is always appreciated. Thanks much!!!!
  11. I just ordered products thru Uline, Grainger and nebs-- minimum spent between $50.00 to $60.00. Uline let me use net 30 account for the order, which is really nice, while Grainger and Nebs expect you to pay the order using your credit cards. My question is should I use my personal Credit cards to make the payments or should I open new account under my business name from my bank and order cheques using my company name to pay the order?? Also, how should they know my Duns number to make the trade reference?? Should I tell them and notify them after I make the payments and receiced orders. Thanks and your reply is always appreciated. Thanks much!!!!
  12. Does any one know if Uline, Vikings, Greinger and Nebs still automatically report the payment history to D&B?? Have they changed or do they have any conditions now than before??? Thanks
  13. Thanks. Do you have any suggestion for current vendors/supliers that I can use as trade references for D&B???
  14. Thanks for the info. Uline, Vikings, Greinger abnd Nebs---What kind of vendors are these and what type of business do tehy have??? What is the minimum amount that I need to spend or purchase order before I asked them to report to D&B for the payment history?? Thanks

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