You want to make sure your business is established and legitimate BEFORE you start applying for any credit. There are 3 very important aspects you need to consider to get this done. The business address, phone number and a domain name.
You can not have more than 2 credit inquiries in a 30 day period when applying for business credit. Excessive inquiries are huge red flags to the creditors. Likewise, do not apply for a second line of credit if you have a previous credit application that is still pending. If you do so, you are likely to have both credit applications denied!
Excessive updates to your credit profiles can also be red flags to creditors. Try to consolidate your updates and limit them to no more than one update in a 12 month period. Updates include a change in your business address or phone number. It is not uncommon for a business to relocate or obtain a new business phone number. However, when a business is doing this multiple times within a 12 month period, it may imply that they are running or hiding from someone. Therefore, the creditors treat this a major red flag.
Only after you are done with all the items above should you move on to start applying for business credit (with no personal guarantees). So confirm the following: