Company Credit Reports
At Credit Report FAQ we are pleased to partner with one of the
most established company credit report services, First Report
in order to provide access to the largest UK database of business credit information
Over 5 million UK business reports cover all UK limited
companies as well as sole traders and partnerships, and offer unique coverage for business
credit status investigation.
The credit reports are extremely user-friendly and
accessible, not just for professional credit controllers and finance directors, but also
for smaller business owners and managers seeking to reduce credit risk.
Among the range of services are:
- Detailed status reports on all UK limited
- Credit risk reports on non-Limited
businesses (sole traders and partnerships)
- International service for overseas credit
- Commercial personal consumer credit
All our services are market-leading providers of UK
credit data and offer access to a credit report instantly online. You can pay by credit
card and a report can be viewed on screen in seconds. For regular users, ask about
competitive prices for regular credit checks.
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Consumer Credit Reports
Reports on people, consumer reports, can be provided on most
people resident in the United Kingdom. You will require the appropriate License to gain
access consumer credit reports for commercial credit checking purposes. A typical consumer
credit report shows the subjects name and address, and any other known previous addresses.
County Court records for CCJs, and bankruptcy records are also searched. A credit risk
assessment may also be included.
Company Credit Check
Access a database of over 5 million UK company credit check reports. You can check any
company online and business credit reports include profiles of directors, details of
shareholders, business activities, official registered office address and how long the
company has been incorporated. The credit rating will be based on factors including how
long the business has been established, the size and financial status of the company, and
whether there are any known adverse records against the company. In the case of Limited
companies, any notice of Winding Up or Liquidation or Receivership is shown. Information
provided can include extracts of financial accounts filed at Companies House and an
indicator as to how current these are. A credit limit and a credit risk score is also
included to provide a guide for credit limits.