[IMGCAP(1)]Every investor is familiar with the legal caveat, “past performance is not a guarantee of future results,” but the warning is apt for business owners and credit officers evaluating their potential trade partners’ creditworthiness too.
Just because a potential customer paid bills promptly in the past, it doesn’t guarantee that they have sufficient resources to pay them in the future.
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