If you run a small business or you are a company director, access to credit is often essential to help manage cash flow and grow your business. We’ll keep an eye on things for you and alert you to changes making managing your business’ credit profile easy.
Features & benefits
Manage your business credit profile
Understand how lenders and other suppliers view your business
Keep track of your business’ credit report, including who is enquiring on your business. With our Business Credit Alert service you’ll also receive an email to notify you of certain changes to your business credit report. You’ll be alerted should any of the following appear or change on your business profile:
- Broker or dealer credit enquiries
- Overdue accounts
- General enquiries
- Mercantile reports
- Court judgements
- Writs and summons
This can help you keep track of companies enquiring on your business to manage your credit profile and improve it over time.
Be alerted to potential fraud
Reduce risk by detecting anything out of the ordinary
Have peace of mind knowing that whenever certain information is added or changed on your business’ credit file, you will be notified. This could alert you to someone fraudulently using your business’ credit identity to apply for credit before it impacts you financially.
Protect your business credit reputation
Know what is on your business credit report before you apply for credit
A black mark on your business credit report can prevent you from obtaining new credit, and in some cases can even result in your existing credit facilities being revoked. By knowing what is on your credit report you’re better informed so that you can get the commercial credit you need to manage cash flow and access capital to grow and expand your business.
Know your business’ history
Feel confident that you are getting the most complete picture with Veda, Australia’s most comprehensive commercial credit bureau.
Understanding your business credit report puts you in the driver’s seat. Your business credit report includes information on credit enquiries that have been made on your business when you have applied for terms of supply or an application for credit has been made as well as any overdue debt like defaults, as well as public record information including court writs and judgements and bankruptcy details.
To order your business credit report you need to be the proprietor, partner or a director of the company or the registered company secretary.