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Sample Credit Report

Sample Credit Report

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Published by: Nam Khuu on Jan 07, 2009
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Commercial Credit Report
Training Guide
Provides the date and time when the inquiry was made as recordedby Equifax (Eastern Time).
Provides the business name and address on the returned folderwhich most closely matches your Equifax ePORT
inquiry information,as well as firmographic information about that location. If a legalname is available, it is also returned. Company name, address andfirmographics for the parent company are also returned.The EFX ID™ is a unique and persistent nine-digit number thatidentifies and tracks the business unit with which you have the creditrelationship; if the EFX ID is used on the inquiry, then only the EFX IDis used to locate a folder and the business name and addressassociated with that EFX ID are returned.
Displays the information used to submit the inquiry.
Provides alert notices to indicate key differences between theinquiry information and the file content; may also return alerts from arequested consumer product (e.g., FACT Act alerts or other eventthat may warrant additional attention).
 Available upon request; allows for more accurate assessment of therisk level of the business; detailed information is available by clickingon the hyperlink.
(Refer to page 11.) 
Public record summary table notes the presence of bankruptcies, judgments and liens, and returns the status, number, and dollaramounts for judgments and liens; ePORT users have the ability tosort by Dollar Amount and Most Recent Date Filed; detailedinformation is available by clicking on the hyperlink.
(Refer to page 9.) 
Summarizes credit data within the business folder into financial andnon-financial segments; the attributes may use all of the creditexperiences or cover a specific evaluation period of time; allows youto quickly assess the risk level of the business by providing nine keyattributes:
Number of Accounts:
The count of open and closed accounts onthe file.
Credit Active Since:
Returns the oldest Date Opened, DateReported or Years Sold for that tradeline, indicating the duration ofthe relationship.
Number of Charge-Offs:
Number of open or closed accounts forwhich there has been any reported charge-off.
Total Past Due:
The total delinquent dollar amount on both openand closed accounts owed by this business as reported by itscredit grantors.
Most Severe Status in 24 Months:
Returns the most severeCurrent Status experienced on any account during the most recent24 months from the date of inquiry; refer to the Current StatusDescriptions table on page 4 for the severity levels.
Single Highest Credit Extended:
The single largest high credit,original loan, current credit or balance dollar amount extended tothis business based on reported accounts. This figure can reflectcredit lines that have not yet been used.
Total Current Credit Exposure:
The maximum potential liabilitythe business could incur today based upon recent accountinformation. Financial amount includes total balances owed plusavailable credit limit; Non-Financial is a total of balances owed.
Median Balance:
Returns the median value of all open, non-charged-off accounts. (There must be at least three tradelines forthis value to be returned and $0 balances are included.)
 Average Open Balance:
The average balance of all open, non-charged off accounts. (There must be at least two tradelines forthis value to be returned.)
Recent Activity:
Highlights recent key activities that have occurredon the file within the last 120 to 150 days from the date of theinquiry.
Number of Accounts Delinquent:
Number of accounts that havebeen delinquent within the last 120 to 150 days.
New Accounts Opened:
Number of accounts opened within thelast 120 to 150 days.
Number of account origination inquiries that haveoccurred within the last 120 to 150 days.
 Accounts Updated:
Number of accounts updated within the last120 to 150 days.
Financial Information:
Obtained through an exclusive data sharingagreement with the Small Business Financial Exchange, Inc. (SBFE),and consists of information on business credit cards, loans, leases,and other credit extended by financial institutions, leasing companiesand credit card issuers; highlights of financial accounts are availableby clicking on the hyperlink.
(Refer to page 3.) 
Non-Financial Information:
Composed of trade payment historyfrom a wide variety of suppliers that provide products and services tobusinesses on an invoice basis; highlights of non-financial creditexperiences are available by clicking on the hyperlink.
(Refer to page 7.) 
Illustrates available credit line dollars which could be used formeeting other financial obligations. Credit line dollars based onrevolving financial accounts; excludes term loans, leases, andcharged-off accounts; includes open, revolving accounts and closedaccounts still owing a balance.
Displays the dollar-weighted average days beyond terms on non-financial accounts within the last 12 months from the date of theinquiry; calculated from dollar amounts reported for aging categories1-5; if no information was reported for a given month within the12-month period, no line will appear in the graph for that month.
Recent Trend
 Average Days Beyond Terms calculated within the last 120 to 150days from the date of inquiry.
 A dollar-weighted indicator of a business’s past and current paymentperformance based on the total number of financial and non-financialpayment experiences in the Equifax Commercial database. Themedian Payment Index for the inquired business’s industry is alsoreturned for benchmark purposes, provided there is enoughinformation in the Equifax Commercial database on that particularindustry to ensure a statistically valid value. The chart belowprovides a suggested interpretation of the Payment Index value:
Payment IndexDays Past Due
90+Paid As Agreed80-891-30 Days Past Due60-7931-60 Days Past Due40-5961-90 Days Past Due20-3991-120 Days Past Due1-19120+ Days Past Due

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