09-24-2012 04:59 AM
Hi all, I am new to the credit world and have a small business that I set up around 3-4 months back, not done much as I also am new to credit over here in this country and I am building my scores up in my personal credit first... been 7 months on that side of things... scores keep rising.. my goal is to give it another 2 months then hopefully apply for a small personal loan or biz loan to move my small concreting business forward.
My concern today is that when I went online to the D&B site to obtain my free duns number my business name appeared in their data base as incorectly spelled... there is a "N" there instead of an "M" easy mistake but I am unsure whether I should click on that name and continue the registration process.
I have had some mail come through under that misspelled name but usualy get the same mail resent with the correct name to, I have only 2 companies I have biz with and they are centruy link and cap1 biz cc... neither of them are spelled incorrectly so I don't know where the incorrectly spelled name comes from?
Anyway's I would like to know what to do now to rectify this mistake with D&B, Shoul I continue with the registration process online with D&B under the name they have and be able to change my biz name to the correct spelled one or not once registered?
Thanks in advance.. Marc
09-25-2012 03:22 AM
over 25 views and not one answer as to what I should do next?
I need to obtain my DUNS number and when I go onto the D&B site it comes up with my biz details but misspelled company name by one letter... can I still register under that biz name and correct it once I am registered in the system? not a lot to ask this.
09-25-2012 10:58 AM
If I had that, I'd just call them and ask them to correct it. Sounds like a creditor had a typo and that typo became the official name in DnB's records.
09-26-2012 04:46 AM
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