Why do Company Credit Reports have an expiry date and Company Documents don’t?

Company Credit Reports expire after one year whilst Company Documents don’t have an expiry date

Good question. If you are an existing Company Searches Made Simple customer, you may have noticed that when you’re logged into your account, Company Credit Reports have an expiry date whilst Company Documents do not:

Company Credit Report

Company Document

Why is this?

Because Company Credit Reports are static once they have been purchased, any changes that happen to a company after a report has been purchased on it are not reflected in the report. To ensure that your account does not have completely outdated reports in it, we remove them after one year. Company Documents on the other hand do not date. They will always reflect a particular action in a company’s lifetime.

See here for more information on our Company Credit Report and our Company Document services.

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Mathew Aitken

is Head of Content at at Made Simple Group. This entails overseeing Made Simple Group's blogs (five in all!) and any other content we happen to be producing. In his spare time Mathew is an avid film-goer, TV-watcher and Tottenham Hotspur-endurer.

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