Creditjam.com Now Offers Unlimited Business Credit Reports for Only $9.95 Per Month

Why pay $50 for a credit report when they are unlimited from Creditjam.com?

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Creditjam.com provides unlimited, free business credit reports on over 14 million businesses.

San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) November 16, 2012

Creditjam.com, the leading provider of high-quality business credit profiles, is excited to announce that small businesses and salespeople can now get unlimited access to profiles on over 14 million businesses for only $9.95 per month.

The typical business credit report costs anywhere from $10 to $70 a piece. In this economy, these prices are simply outrageous for small business owners and salespeople. For the unbelievable price of $9.95 per month, subscribers to Creditjam.com can use unlimited business credit profiles to make smarter credit decisions.

Creditjam.com’s business credit profiles are suitable for:

  •     Estimating a company’s credit capacity
  •     Researching businesses, suppliers or vendors
  •     Pre-qualifying sales leads
  •     Making low-risk credit decisions

Subscribers to Creditjam.com can search business credit profiles on 14 million businesses using a company’s name, phone number, address, website address, or executive names. Each business credit profile contains the above information, an estimated business credit capacity – based on Creditjam’s own proprietary credit model – the number of employees, annual revenue estimates, annual expenditures, number of years in business, SIC codes, and more.

To try Creditjam.com, visit http://www.creditjam.com or call 877-448-0101 for more information.

About Us: Creditjam.com is revolutionizing the credit reporting industry by providing unlimited access to business credit profiles on 14 million businesses for the incredible price of only $9.95 per month. With over 200 years of combined experience, the company is modernizing the way businesses and sales people research a company’s credit history.


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