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review of the following areas:1) Credit risk ratingMany credit reports include a rating system designed to help you gauge potential risk of late or delinquent payments. These ratings are often based on an analysis of a variety of credit factors, such as past payment performance and legal filings, and can be used to help you quickly make a credit decision. A "high risk" rating should be taken seriously.2) Payment historyAnalyze past payments for signs of how a company manages its bills. Look for timely payments, as well as trends. For example, if you notice that a prospect used to make minimum payments on credit cards and is now paying each month balance in full, it may be a sign that the company has developed a stable revenue stream and is therefore a better credit risk. It also a good idea to see how a business payment history compares to other companies in the same field. This will tell you if its payment patterns are in line with industry norms. When reviewing your own report, keep an eye out for similar trends that your suppliers may notice.3) Company information and backgroundA credit report will include the company name, address, and phone number, and may also have information on its business type, industry (by SIC or NAICS code), number of employees, sales figures, incorporation status, and key officers. Rolex Submariner No Date Nato
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