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D&B Issue With Delinquency Predictor Score

Delinquency Predictor ScoreIt's taken them awhile, but they finally caught up with my company. I got a "Delinquency Predictor Score Decline" notice. We'll get back to that in a moment. So, what does D&B do? They use it to SELL ME their services. Now come on! You don't provide me with backup. You just sell me "CreditBuilder". Now, considering there is only one bill that is in the companies name, I find it rather interesting that my Predictor Score went down and that CreditBuilder would do anything. That my fellow financial executives is why I don't, won't and will never do business with D&B. 

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Regis Quirin
Title: Director of Finance
Company: Gibney Anthony & Flaherty LLP
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I experienced this same situation last year. I also have other experiences with D&B that make me question the ethics of the organization as a whole. After you hear (read) about multiple issues you begin to wonder if it is a problem with the entire organization vs an isolated business unit.

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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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Just got another "Delinquency Predictor Score Decline".

What makes this hysterical is that my company only has one (that's singular) recurring invoice in its name, which is up to date.

So D&B, explain this to me?

When is the NY Attorney General and the FTC going to take a look at these unethical and criminal sales techniques??

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