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🤨WHAT SHOULD I DO NEXT TO BUILD MY PROFILE 🤔

 

5YRS/OLD BUSINESS

 

ONLY 1 TRADELINE REPORTING TO D&B : SPRINT BUSINESS CELL PHONE

 

PAYDEX 80

 

VIRTUAL ADDRESS THROUGH IPOSTAL

 

1800# THROUGH GRASSHOPPER

 

NET 30 VENDORS

  • QUILL
  • ULINE 
  • SUMMAS _ CREDIT LINE $1000
  • BP UNIVERSAL GAS MASTER CARD _ CREDIT LINE $500
  • SPRINT BUSINESS PHONE
  • GRAINGER
  • SUPPLY WORKS
  • DENIED FEDEX OFFICE Thank you for joining FedEx Office. During your enrollment; you requested a credit account for print. Using the information, you provided – we were unable to extend credit on behalf of your company. However, we did create a discount account for you. You can use this account number to receive a discount on printing at any one of our 1800+ FedEx Office locations and online.

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Hi,

 

First, great on getting started! However one of the things that most

people miss is understanding the databases that are reporting on your

company. Your company seems to be shallow. Here is what I would suggest

before you go any further.

 

Establish two national bank accounts. Maybe a savings

and one checking. I would put $500 to $1000 in the savings

and borrow against all under the business name. Repay over

3 months. I would ask the bank business manager to open your

file to see what is reporting and how you can work with the bank

to get a line of credit. Make sure you have no collections, liens,

bankruptcies or judgments.

 

I would make sure my company is listed in 411 directory, Experian

business data, Equifax business database, YP.com, Google, Yahoo,

Bing and AT&T directory.

 

Last, go back over, those accounts that have accepted you. See if

they have any subsidiaries that you can get credit with. Home Depot

has about 10 - 20 different companies under them. Go back and

see what else BP owns and sign up with them.

 

Hit me up for anymore information.

 

Charles

 

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