iUpdate provides US based Small Businesses and Non-publicly traded companies convenient access to D&B's information on their business. Registered users can view, print, and submit updates to their D&B Business Information Report. By keeping this information current and complete, you can improve your business's credibility with banks, suppliers, and other companies that do business with you.
Sign-up now to access your company's credit information. Registration is simple and only takes a few minutes. You must be a current registered executive officer within your company to use this site.
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** Alert – Important Security Enhancements for iUpdate Users **
On 11/24/2014 upgrades to iUpdate Password requirements were released to further protect the security of your iUpdate profile.
If this is your first Sign-In or Registration after 11/24/2014, review the information below and take necessary action to ensure the best user experience.

You will be prompted to create a new more complex password that must contain all of the following.
At least: 10 Characters One Upper case letter May Not contain the First or Last Name of the user
No Spaces One Lower case letter May Not be the same as the registered User Id
One Number One Symbol - ! @ # $ % & * May Not be the current or previous 10 passwords
For continued security you will be required to change your password every 90 days.
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