Did You Know?
With millions lost in unpaid debts, safeguard your business by choosing the right companies to work with. By undertaking a complimentary company credit check on a UK company of your choice and starting your trial access, you'll be able to ensure the company is creditworthy to fulfill its payment obligations and adhere to prompt payment.
Stay Clear Of Bad Debt
Our complimentary company credit check and trial access will help you to get a quick valuable insight into a potential or existing client. The simple scoring methodology of the credit check will allow you to take the first step to improve your cash flow, mitigate supply chain risk and build a safe and secure relationship with existing or prospective customers.
To ensure you only deal with clients who have a sound working capital and low risk insolvency, this simple validation procedure will enable you to only deal with companies that are creditworthy and to anticipate issues before they happen.
Our Complimentary UK Company Credit Check Will Enable You To:
Identify and establish who you are trading with.
Receive a quick overview of the potential risk of payment fulfilment.
Plan ahead to avoid late payment and possibly bad debt.
Have a clear assessment of a companies creditworthiness.
Gain insight into the companies directors.
Why Not Try Our Credit Reports
Dashboard Design: All of our reports provide you with an engaging snapshot of a companies credit score and risk.
Credit Scoring And Risk: The graydon score uses over 2000 characteristics to determine a companies credit score with a monthly credit guide provided.
Xseption: Unusual patterns of behaviour or financial results are flagged up in advance. These early warnings are based on suspicious activity, including CCJs.
Director Information: Full company director information is provided, including a history of all previous appointments.
Operational Information: Find out the number of staff employed and NACE/SIC codes.
Payment Behaviour: Gain insight into the payment behaviour of a company to assess its likelihood of becoming a payment problem.
5 Year Financials: Review company financial information over the past five years including turnover, profit and loss.