A Paydex score of 80 to 100 is considered the top level of creditworthiness for a company, therefore, it is important to do everything possible to make certain that your score meets or exceeds an 80 Paydex. Unlike FICO scores for individuals, a Paydex score is calculated on whether a business makes payments to its creditors and suppliers “as agreed” or “better than agreed”, which means payments are made before their due date.
During the 45-Day Process of obtaining your 80 Paydex on Dun & Bradstreet, we guide you through the process of making 4 or more credit payment experiences that will be required to achieve an 80 Paydex Score for your business. We will help you set up the right accounts based on your 80 paydex goals, guide you on the right charges to make, and then all you need to do is pay those charges off before the due dates as per our proven plan that you will be guided through during your client welcome call, and throughout the process while in the Corporate Cash Credit Program. Once your payments are reported and your Paydex exceeds 80, we will then start the funding process.