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Great Business Scores across the board, but still getting denied!?!?

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Hello,
 

   I am seeking some help on understanding the reason as to why I keep getting denied credit for my business. I’m wondering if maybe I. Filling out the application wrong or something.

 

Here is some info on my business, and business credit. 
 

An established business

over $75,000,000 a year in revenue

 

D n B score is

 

89 Paydex Score

92 delinquency predictor percentile

90 financial stress 

2 supplier evaluation risk rating

low business risk overall

 

highest past due $0 

highest owing is $75,000

46 yrs trade experience 

$200,000 largest high credit

an average of $33,236 credit

 

Experian Scores is an A  

Transunion a B

Equifax an A

 

I still can not open an Amazon, Home Depot, Lowe’s, or Best Buy account. Does anyone know why that maybe? Any insite will be greatly appreciated. 
 

Thanks in advance.


 

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On 1/21/2020 at 10:38 AM, Wina said:

Hello,
 

   I am seeking some help on understanding the reason as to why I keep getting denied credit for my business. I’m wondering if maybe I. Filling out the application wrong or something.

 

Here is some info on my business, and business credit. 
 

An established business

over $75,000,000 a year in revenue

 

D n B score is

 

89 Paydex Score

92 delinquency predictor percentile

90 financial stress 

2 supplier evaluation risk rating

low business risk overall

 

highest past due $0 

highest owing is $75,000

46 yrs trade experience 

$200,000 largest high credit

an average of $33,236 credit

 

Experian Scores is an A  

Transunion a B

Equifax an A

 

I still can not open an Amazon, Home Depot, Lowe’s, or Best Buy account. Does anyone know why that maybe? Any insite will be greatly appreciated. 
 

Thanks in advance.


 

Are you providing a personal guarantee for these?  If so, how do your personal credit reports look?

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