What can & can't be included in your credit report?

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How much do you know about your consumer credit report? Would you say that it includes things like: Your marital status and your salary? Information that is 5 years old? Your marital status? There are a number of things that people commonly think they know when it comes to their...
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Are you accidentally damaging your credit score?

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Could you be hurting your credit score – and therefore your ability to get future loans – without even realising it? There are some small behaviours that many people don’t know are harmful to their credit rating. Fortunately, once you recognize them, you can fix the behaviour and solve the...
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Defaults 101: everything you need to know about defaults

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Defaults101 EverythingYouNeedTo Know
What is a default? How long does it remain on your credit report? How can it impact you? These are just some of the questions that crop up when we start thinking about defaults. Getting to know the 101 of defaults can help you better understand what a default actually...
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Your Credit Score 101

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What is your credit score and how does it affect you? In this infographic we help you understand what you credit score actually means and when it will come into play. Your credit score is a numerical score that tells prospective lenders how trustworthy you are as a borrower. The...
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3 options for dealing with unmanaged debt

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When debts pile up and become unmanageable it can be overwhelming. However, there are options you can – and should – explore for getting on top of the situation.   1. Negotiating a repayment plan with your debt collectors If you are struggling to repay a debt that is yours,...
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7 facts about debt you may not know!

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A big part of knowing how to manage debt is first understanding debt itself. Considering questions like “when am I most likely to get into debt?” can help you prevent debt by being prepared. Knowing when and how you’re likely to be contacted by a debt collector can help ensure...
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