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Credit Check, Free Credit Check

By Edited Apr 10, 2016 0 0

When a person applies for a job or when you are looking at a promotion, your employer will most probably verify some vital information about you; one of which is your financial background.  When you want to acquire a new car or a home, the bank or the financing company will have to make sure that you are capable of paying; they will examine your records in order for them to establish your monetary state and condition. 

Your credit history plays a vital role in getting approved or denied with whatever type of loan you are applying for.  Before any financing institution make the funds available for you to borrow they always do a credit check.  It doesn’t matter if you are just trying to rent a small living space or simply looking for an employment, they use your credit record to gauge whether you are reliable and in control in handling your finances.  Although there are some lending companies who accommodate loans from individuals who have had delinquent accounts, they could be taking advantage of you with their interest rate which is most likely higher than the standard charge.
  
Your financial record will show how diligent and responsible you are in managing your obligation.  This will reveal if you have been paying on time or missing out on some due dates.  If at one point within the span of six years, your home has been shut out for lack of payments or if you have legally declared your inability to pay due to lack of financial resources; then this may have an adverse effect on your loan application.

The law states that before anybody can execute a credit check, they have to request for that person’s permission to do so.  This is normally incorporated in the application form that you filled out or you will be asked to sign that you approved of such request for a credit report.  And needless to say, the approval probability rate depends on that report. 

There are only three authorized agencies that you can get in touch with and ask to furnish you a copy of your personal credit report.  These agencies are mandated by the law to give every national of the United Kingdom a copy of their credit history.  It would be advantageous to check your record ahead.  By doing this, you will have the chance of reviewing your own history and determine the unfavorable data and justify them.  Make sure all the items in the report are accurate and updated.

Free credit report is available online and you can get a copy from all three agencies. When get your report, check for any discrepancies on all important data and immediately report any inaccurate information.  If you have been take to the court for monetary reasons and was ordered to return whatever is due within the agreed period of time, then that item should be removed from your credit history.  Insolvency and shut out filed within the six year period will definitely appear on your report and anything beyond those years should not be in that history anymore.  Call up the agency and with all the necessary papers to prove your claim so they can update their records.

Check out the all your accounts, taking note on the disbursement and the remaining balance listed.  The dates of payments should be accurate and factual.  With this free credit report, you will know which category your financial credit belong to; is it done or payment completed, if it’s functional and is settled and due dates are observed or non-payment and accumulating interest. Getting all three reports will give you a chance to evaluate everything.  All three reports should consistent and without any flaws.

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