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Registered: ‎05-08-2012
Need Advice Please.... D&B has my biz name misspelled incorrectly?

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

Started Credit ladder April 2012.
First Year on ladder Scores: April 2013
Walmart TU FICO 654
Equifax FICO 617
Experian FICO 639
Transunion FICO 654

Started with very low limits at 300 each.
one year in limits and some nice New Cards in wallet:
Amex Green Open Limit
Amex Gold Rewards Open Limit
Amex Dillards 1k
Chase Slate 3.5k
Lowes 1.5k
Amazon 1.5k
Walmart 1k
TexacoChevron 1k
Furniture Row 1.7k
Cap 1 newcomers 750
Cap 1 Secured 450 (kept for AAoA)
Banana Republic 800
Chase Freedom 500
14.5k in first year, plus 3.5k Cap 1 Business (18k)

current UT @ 30% will all be clear this month so expecting scores to rise to 700's.

not bad for first years credit.