MSE News: Consumers to get free credit reports from Callcredit

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Loans
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  • adindasadindas Forumite
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    I will tell you my expereince apply call credit from Noddle. on December 29, through Noddle
    It should be free and CC is just used for verification that is what they say.

    I applied online. On December 29, and a few minutes after I got phone call from HSBC fraud team that someone was tryng to charge my credit card. Having called them back I get to know that Call Cridti is trying to charge me, It was only 10p. . But ir is alreaady alarming me ..

    It should be free and CC is just used for verification that is what they say. ..
    . Something is going wrong there. Hope we will hear more form other people expereince ...

    Aslo there is already recent experience from these peope. We just need to know expereince from other people.

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=3515377&highlight=

    m3aty
    post_old.gif 20-12-2011, 11:52 AM
    Hi there, the same has happened to me.... signed up for Noddle as it was entirely free, yet CallCreditCheck took £12.00 from my account on 18th December.

    No phone number on Callcredit's website and Noddle's just asks you to leave a number for them to call you back.

    Did anyone get through to them or get their money back?

    Tara100
    post_old.gif 12-11-2011, 4:32 PM

    "The OP is correct - I have just been going thru my bank statements, and I'm livid - £12.00 was taken from my account in September, and worst of all, most of the service has been unavailable to me.
    (as advised, I joined CallCreditCheck using the link Noddle gave me)"
  • pwukpwuk Forumite
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    My wife subscribed to Noodle this morning without issue.

    It's good to see such a facility provided effectively for free and there has been no charge to the Visa Debit card (last three hours although it is a Saturday).

    All appears to be in order and the information from the Noodle site was presented in a more user friendly way than call credits' own site.

    As a long term user of both Experian and Equifax, Noodle appears to be comparable....
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    adindasadindas Forumite
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    edited 20 March 2012 at 7:36PM
    pwuk wrote: »
    My wife subscribed to Noodle this morning without issue.

    It's good to see such a facility provided effectively for free and there has been no charge to the Visa Debit card (last three hours although it is a Saturday).

    All appears to be in order and the information from the Noodle site was presented in a more user friendly way than call credits' own site.

    As a long term user of both Experian and Equifax, Noodle appears to be comparable....

    pwuk;51681877
    Could you please let me know the website that you were using to apply.
    If there are more people confirm that they are not cheating or doing a snealy way to charge the credit cards. I might want to try it again.

    I am alsways worried to give my credit card detail unless a lot of people have confinred that it is safe and reputable company.

    It is always good to have a CRA which is free, which I believe it supposed to be.

    Not like Experian or Equifax. They trap people for free credit report for a month. The attraction here is that, it is very easy to appply but once you have applied it is very difficult to cancel it. It is very easy to apply online but why you cannot cancel it online, to trap people I will say ....
  • ConsumeristConsumerist Forumite
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    adindas wrote: »
    Could you please let me know the wensite that you are using to apply.. . .
    Here is the <Noddle sign-up> web page.
    >:)Warning: In the kingdom of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.
  • pwukpwuk Forumite
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    adindas wrote: »
    pwuk;51681877
    Could you please let me know the website that you were using to apply.

    Hi adindas,

    The website is: https://www.noddle.co.uk/
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