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What is a Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number?

A D-U-N-S Number is a unique 9-digit identifier for a company or business entity.
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How do I file a complaint?

In case you would like to file a complaint, we provide all details here.
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Where does the registered address you list for our company come from?

We explain how we obtain our data and how this can be changed.
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What is the Paydex/Payment Score?

We explain what the Paydex also called Payment Score represents and how we come to this number.
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What is the Dun & Bradstreet failure score?

We explain what our failure/bankruptcy score is and how we calculate this.
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You have limited information on my company. How can I elaborate?

We explain how to send in a request for processing additional data about your company.
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What is the Dun & Bradstreet rating?

Also called D&B Rating.
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Where did you obtain the information stated in my report?

We collect information from public sources and explain our DunTrade Program.
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Where did you obtain the financial information stated in my report?

We use the Chamber of Commerce to consult financial data.
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The figures published in the Dun&Bradstreet report are outdated. How can I provide more accurate information?

We share with you how to file a request for sending in additional information.
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