Dun & Bradstreet offers several credit scores for businesses.
Their most popular credit score is the Paydex score which ranges from 0-100. This is the main credit scoring model used today in the business scoring world. Outside of this score, D&B offers some other scores that not a lot of people know about.
Once of these scores is known as the Supplier Evaluation Risk Rating (SER). This rating predicts the likelihood that a company will file for bankruptcy and cease operations within the next 12 months
This score ranges from 1-9, with 1 being the lowest risk and 9 being the highest. D&B also offers a score known as the Supplier Stability Indicator (SSI).
This model predicts the likelihood that a supplier will encounter a large and significant financial or operational stress over the next 90 days. This score ranges from 0-10 with 0 being the lowest risk and 10 the highest.
Keep your eye out for all three of these scores. If you look at your full credit report with Dun & Bradstreet, you will commonly see a few scores on your report, not just one. So now you will know exactly what each of these scores truly reflects.
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