Our company reports provide information on a company’s accounts and financial information, but they also provide an insight into a company’s credit score and suggested credit limit.
Did you know that our Company Credit Reports include information on whether a company has closed down or is still active? If you’re doing some background research on a potential partner or client, or are just curious, download a company report and find out a company’s status in minutes!
Previously, when you purchased a company credit report with us, the report had an expiry date (one year after the purchase date). Once the expiry date passed, the company credit report was automatically removed from your Company Search MadeSimple account. This is not the case anymore. Continue reading
You’ve bought a company credit report with us and now you want to share the report (and perhaps your findings) with someone else. In this post we’ll explain exactly how to do this. Continue reading
Our company credit reports are a fantastic resource for getting background information on businesses of all shapes and sizes. From Coca-Cola to that brand new shop down the street, if it operates as a limited company, we can get a report on it. And that includes dissolved companies. Continue reading
Are you looking to find out who owns a company? Look no further. We can help you locate shareholder information for every single UK company. Here’s how. Continue reading
In this post, we’re going to look at some things you can do to ensure that your company’s credit rating is as healthy as possible. But before we dive into that … What is the credit rating?
A credit rating (or credit scores) is simply an indication of the likelihood of the business facing financial difficulties. Continue reading
Analysing a company credit report can seem like a daunting exercise. But it doesn’t have to be. Even if some of the numbers are hard to understand or if the data is limited, you don’t have to be a detective to get valuable insights. There are normally enough clues to help you decide whether or not to;
If you’re looking to take on a new business partner or supplier, getting some background info on the company director/s should be one of the top priorities on your to-do list. Why? Because when it comes to doing business, do you really know who you’ll be dealing with? Continue reading
When running a company, you simply must complete checks on the people and companies that you’re going to be doing business with. Likewise, if you’re a consumer and you’re about to part with a significant amount of money, you should really know who you’re giving your hard-earned cash to. It sounds like hyperbole but one false move really can have catastrophic results. Continue reading