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  1. Thank you! I appreciate it, and I just got approved for a Conoco Phillips Gas card as well for $2500! They PG'd me, but I am sending in a letter to request that the PG becomes removed because I did not ask for it on my application. To answer your question, you just have to place one order with each for them to report. Wait about 5 days and then pay it that way it don't show up as a cash account on your reports.
  2. You're right. I believe the Revolving account may report to Equifax. I have the Account Receivable.
  3. Sorry everyone. I don't get notifications, but I will update everyone on my journey. The last few weeks I was just approved for Valero Gas Card $1,000 and Sam's Club Business Store Card $10,000 no PG. I will lay out my steps and try to answer some of the responses I have received so far. Here are all the vendors that I have that I know reports: Grainger (Reporting) Uline (Reporting) Quill (Reporting) Summa Office Supplies (Reporting) Strategic Network Solutions (Reporting) Supply Works (Reporting) Lowes (I think it's reporting) Amazon Net 55 (Should be reporting) Valero (New need to make a payment) Platt (Not reporting yet) Sam's Club (Brand new. Waiting on card) Monopolize Your Marketplace (Only reports to CreditSafe) I currently have 6 reporting to D&B, 5 to Experian, and 2 to Equifax. So, you will have to make sure your company is credible before getting started or you will have problems later on down the road when trying to apply for company and gas cards. Here is what you need to have: Make sure your business address is a physical address and not a home address. You can have a virtual address, but it has to be a physical location. Not a PO Box. Have a business phone number that is registered in the 411 directory. Get your EIN number. Have either a LLC, Corp, etc established. Have online credibility. You can list your business on Google using Google My Business. This helped me verify if my business address will work when applying for vendors. Having a website will help tremendously and make sure your email has a business domain. Finally, get your DUNS number Having those in place will help increase your chances of getting approved and not have to go back and update your files with the business secretary of state and every other vendor account that you have..(ask me how I know). Hope this helps some.
  4. Business was incorporated on October of 2018. Now I have 6 reporting to Experian & D&B by the way.
  5. Alright new update. I was approved for the Lowe's Account Receivable card last month with no PG for $2500. They report to Experian, Equifax, and D&B.
  6. Supply Works is Tier 1. They don't require any trade lines to be reporting to get approved. Amazon and Grainger are tier 2 and they require at least 5 different companies to be reporting to either DnB and Experian in order to get approved. You will want to apply for the Amazon Net 30 account for a no PG. Nowadays companies are using SSN's for identity purposes, but as long as they use it just for that, they won't do a PG. Grainger also wants you to be in business for at least 3 months before getting approved for a Net 30.
  7. Haven't posted back here in a while, but this is who I have reporting now: Reporting: Uline Quill Strategic Network Solutions Summa Office Supplies Monopolize Your Marketplace I've been approved for these, but they are not reporting yet: Amazon Net 30 Grainger Supply Works I currently have a 80 Paydex and 69 Experian Score
  8. I have 2 tradelines now reporting: Quill and Uline I purchased from Strategic Network Solutions, Summa Office Supplies, and Postal a few weeks ago. Will see when they report. Just got approved for Grainger Net30. Should be in Tier 2 hopefully soon!
  9. Good info! I have a $50 tradeline reporting. Not sure if it's Uline or Quill. Going to try US Supplies and Summa Office Supplies.
  10. No problem! Still searching for my first tradeline.
  11. Just thought I would post this in order to save someone else some time. After waiting for about 2-3 months for my trade lines to post to no avail, I decided to make some phone calls to vendors who I thought may report to DNB. Here are my results: Quill - Still reports. Have to make a purchase of at least $50 and wait 19 days to pay it. (I hate this personally) Uline - Still reports. Not sure what their terms are. Grainger - Have not been able to get an account with them because they are saying you must be incorporated for at least 3 months until they approve an account with you. EzPromos - Do not report Amsterdam Printing - Do not report SupplyWorks - Do not report MSC Industrial - Do not report These are based on the individuals I spoke with in each respective business's credit department. If anyone has their purchases reporting with the vendors that I stated do not report, feel free to comment and start a discussion. Also, if anyone know of any other Net30 vendors that reports to DNB, lets start a thread.

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