What are Credit Check Reports?

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credit reportOur Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond company formation packages all include “20 Credit Check Reports”. So what are these?

A company credit check report is a document that details background information on a company’s financial situation (as well as providing general company information). It does this by providing the following information:

• Credit Rating
• Credit Limit
• Account
• CCJ

Having this type of information available helps a company check who they are doing business with and what their financial situation is like.

These reports are provided by Company Searches Made Simple, our company credit report service. The “20 Credit Check Reports” equate to 20 credits that can be used against numerous services including company reports, director reports, company documents and company trackers. One credit equals one service.

If you have any questions simply use the “Leave a Reply” option below and we’ll get back to you.

This post was brought to you by Mathew Aitken at Companies Made Simple – The Simplest Company Formation Service

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4 thoughts on ““Last Return Made Up To”: What does it mean?

  1. James Adam

    I am getting confused between Accounts made up to and Return made up to, whats the difference and why do they have a different date?

  2. matMSG Post author

    Hi James,

    Annual accounts are a financial report about the company, annual returns are more to do with the company officers and shares. The dates are simply to do with the period that each report covers.

    I hope that helps!

    Mathew

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