CreditFYI Featured on MSN Small Business Channel

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Fair, Isaac, Burlingame, CA, and netearnings (www.netearnings.com), San Rafael, CA, announced this week that the Microsoft Service Network Small Business Channel (business.msn.com/finance/credit.asp) has signed an agreement to feature the Internet service created by netearnings and Fair, Isaac called CreditFYI. The goal of the agreement is to increase CreditFYI's visibility.


The service delivers instant business credit reports over the Web. According to both Fair, Isaac and netearnings, the CreditFYI reports are faster to obtain, easier to understand and less expensive. It is targeted to more than 10 million small businesses, mostly those that extend credit to other small businesses.
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