In any business deal, the business partners always have the following concerns:|
is my prospect well established?
what is the level of risk associated with my prospect?
will my customer pay, and when?
how does my customer/ supplier compare with his peer group?
can I depend on a supplier to deliver as promised?
has the financial condition and stability of my customer/ supplier changed?
With the Verified seal, you can help build your business partner's confidence in you. The Verified Seal authenticates the identity of a company.
The verification process is conducted independently by a third-party.
The Verification process is done by Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) and involves conducting a check on:
factual information on the existence, operations, financial condition, management's experience, line of business, facilities and locations of the prospect
special events, as well as any suits, liens, judgments or previous/pending bankruptcies
banking relationship and accountants
parent company, affiliated concerns, subsidiaries, branches and divisions, referenced with name and D&B D-U-N-S Number
Based on the recommendations and report of the third party, the Verified Seal is issued to companies who meet the minimum stipulated rating criteria of the third party.