Junum starts "JunumBiz.com"

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by PsychDoc, Nov 13, 2001.

  1. PsychDoc

    PsychDoc Well-Known Member

    Junum has begun something that I think is unique. It's a credit repair service for businesses. Their web site can be seen here:

    Here's their pitch (from the web site):

    "70% of credit reports contain errors! How can you grow your business without an accurate credit profile? Your business's success depends on your credit reports. Your credit reports depend upon Junum. How is your credit being reported? JunumBiz provides the tools neccessary to grow your business. Without good credit it's imposssible to: lease equipment, vendor & bank credit lines, secure your business's success."

    I wonder how this service differs from their consumer business (other than type of customer and the price of the service).

    The cost for JunumBiz membership is $199 down plus $29.95 per month. I'm curious about that $199 down, which seems pretty high.

  2. kustomkat

    kustomkat Well-Known Member

    Credit for business is done through dunn and bradstreet which is extortion in itself..

    you can have anything on your business credit report that you want but you have to pay dunn and bradstreet the bank...

  3. Gregory

    Gregory Well-Known Member

    Agreed! D&B is a total waste. They harrass me every year, sometimes 3-4 times for the same info that I fax them. Then, they don't even report it right!
  4. kustomkat

    kustomkat Well-Known Member

    yeah plus they dont accept amex business cards to as a credit reference...

    Junum is rip off.

    Junumbizz is a rip off.

    DandB is extortion.

    fool me once shame one me..
    fool me twice shame one you..

    Da Kustom Kat....

  5. PsychDoc

    PsychDoc Well-Known Member

    Clarify. :)

  6. kustomkat

    kustomkat Well-Known Member

    I just meant I tried Junum before... it didnt work..

    so there is no way in hell i would use them for my business.. LOL

  7. PsychDoc

    PsychDoc Well-Known Member

    I was teasing you for "shame one me" instead of "shame on me"... Sorry.

  8. bbauer

    bbauer Banned

    Well, if Junum has figured out how to get around the fact that business related debts are not subject to FDCPA nor FCRA then they are better than Houdini.

    Of course, I suppose that makes relatively little difference if all you are going to do is baffle them anyway.

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