J & K Investigative Services, Inc. will perform an extensive credit report check for a company in New Jersey or throughout the United States. We use reliable investigative methods that can determine various business credit profiles to determine the credit worthiness of a business.
Our Private Investigators have been involved with credit report searches for many years. We keep you closely informed of our progress and a complete report of the business credit report is returned at the completion of our credit investigation. Please see below for the specific credit report checks we perform.
CREDIT REPORT-BUSINESS – BUSINESS PROFILE REPORT*
The Business Profile Report is a more in depth report on the business only. It may be helpful in determining the history and credit worthiness of a business. This is a collection of information on a business and represents the company’s ability and willingness to pay their debts. Information returned includes executive summary, credit risk analysis, public records, and industry comparison profile and trade payment history.
The report uses a statistically based model to determine the credit risk / worthiness for a business. The scores range from 0-100 with 0 indicating high risk and 100 indicating low risk. For those accounts that represent a high degree of risk, you may want to restrict credit, offer strict credit terms or sell on a C.O.D. basis only. For accounts that represent a low degree of risk, you may find it advantageous to offer higher credit limits and more generous terms.
CREDIT REPORT-BUSINESS – SMALL BUSINESS ADVISORY REPORT*
This report combines the credit history of a small business owner / sole proprietor and the business credit history. Returns trade information, credit history, creditors, inquiries and public records.
BUSINESS DUN & BRADSTREET-FULL COMPREHENSIVE REPORT*
This investigation is an in depth Business Information Report that may be helpful in determining ownership, history, status and credit worthiness of a business. Response may include information on officers, company history, operational status, financial information such as balance sheets and income statements, public filings (judgments, liens, UCCs), and any special events relevant to the business.
* PROOF OF JUDGMENT OR COURT ORDER MAY BE REQUIRED AND/OR A SIGNED RELEASE MAY BE REQUIRED