PayNet Business Credit Reports
 
{see} Solutions For Small Business
 

PayNet Business Reports

Search business credit history data of commercial applicants in seconds using PayNet Business Reports. Finance small business loans with complete equipment financing information and business credit history. Use PayNet Business Reports as tools for approving credit applications and for the analysis and review of portfolios with speed, insight, and consistency to the credit-granting process.

PayNet Company Search

This industry leading business credit report is a rich source of data on equipment financing transaction and business credit history necessary for financing small business loans. This product is used in two steps. First, you must use the Company Search to return a list of matching businesses. From this search, you then click the closest match to request the Payment History Report.

PayNet Payment History Report

This PayNet business credit history report provides in-depth payment history, equipment credit scores, equipment leases, loan obligations, bankruptcies, liens, judgments, and UCC filings. To use this product, you must first request a PayNet Company Search. The report exhaustively compiles borrower data that ranges from entity operating-information and lender/payback detail to delinquency history and lien/judgment summaries.

For sales assistance with PayNet Business Credit History products use our convenient or call (800) 884-4747
 
FEATURED PRODUCTS
Live Product Demo
Business Solutions Newsfeed   Subscribe To Microbilts Business Solutions News Feed

Many Americans are ignored by traditional credit rating systems, which only take into account certain factors that do not apply to everyone. For example, FICO's scores focus p
...[More]
Credit risk management is an important practice that lenders should partake in, as it can assist in eliminating potential issues before they even occur. However, the economic
...[More]
The use of traditional credit scores provided by major reporting bureaus appears to be on the decline, as a wealth of economic and social catalysts have ushered in a proverbia
...[More]