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Do Non-Profit Organizations Have Credit Scores?
I am looking for a cash-back small business credit card (or cards) for a non-profit organization, but the cards say that the interest rate depends on "credit score." I don't know whether the organization has a credit score (we currently have credit cards with a local bank, so I assume we do) and don't know how to determine what it is. Any ideas?

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Every business has a business credit score & credit report.  Dun & Bradstreet & Experian supposedly let you get your business credit report for free.  Just Google "Business credit report for free" and start digging around. Best of luck!

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NOT ALL Businesses have Credit reports. IE: Habitat for Humanity. I know for a fact they don't I did a 11K loan for Weatherization Assistance with them, I am now down to just under 2k. This is NOT showing on my credit report why?? because they are just that nonprofit and it would cost them to make this report.

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