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    • By Pieeater 5th Oct 17, 9:46 AM
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    How to Answer Section 3 5th Oct 17 at 9:46 AM
    How do I answer the first 2 questions for the Identity Check, I don't have a credit agreement with any of those listed, so how do I get past this page, or am I being dumb!! Thanks for your replies.
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    How do I answer the first 2 questions for the Identity Check, I don't have a credit agreement with any of those listed, so how do I get past this page, or am I being dumb!! Thanks for your replies.
    Originally posted by Pieeater
    It sounds like you're at the stage where Experian ask specific questions about what's in your report to confirm your ID. For fraud protection reasons, Experian doesnít share any detail about individual accounts with us.

    If itís providing you with a list of companies that you donít recognise, this may be because some companies operate under different names (for example, Debenhamsí credit card is operated by ĎNew Dayí). If youíre unsure it could be worth checking this directly with the company to see what other names the provider could be under.

    If youíre certain that these companies arenít linked to your credit history in any way, then it might be worth obtaining a copy of your statutory credit report so that you can double-check there arenít any errors on your file.

    You can find more information on how to get your Statutory Report (£2) here:

    http://www.experian.co.uk/consumer/statutory-report.html

    I do understand that this may be a little frustrating, but these checks are in place to prevent fraudulent access to your personal details so it isnít something we can override.
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