Noddle.co.uk

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Sorry if this post is in the wrong section, I wasn't sure where to post it.

I thought I would check noodle.co.uk to see if my score matched up with my score on Credit Expert.

I put my card details in, for 'verification purposes' including 3 digit code on reverse, name on card and of course card number.

For some reason it couldn't verify me, and just told me to try again another time.

I am now concerned about putting my card details into a site which seems to have done nothing apart from give me an incorrect message in exchange for my card details.

Has anybody had experience with noodle.co.uk and is it a valid trusted site?

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks
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  • garynumangarynuman Forumite
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    I use Noddle.co.uk - It is a fine site.

    It took me 3 attempts to get the registration acknowledged through as although it was stated as "accepted", I never got the follow-up mail. Turned out Gmail had blocked it as spam. May want to check the same place.

    I would also add that a pre-paid credit probably won't work.

    Gaz
  • GangaGanga Forumite
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    In reply to your main question i do not know that they are 100% safe but a lot of people on this web site recomend them.I have opened an account with them but they would not accept my o/h but she does not have a c/c and used her bank debit card as proof.Hope this helps
    ITS NOT EASY TO GET EVERYTHING WRONG ,I HAVE TO WORK HARD TO DO IT!
  • I take it you mean https://www.noddle.co.uk
    If so, it works fine for me, I'm not sure if I put my card details in though.
  • FingerbobsFingerbobs Forumite
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    I can't even get to "noodle.co.uk" - the connection just times-out for me.

    But the CallCredit thing is noddle.co.uk, not noodle.
  • jakesukjakesuk Forumite
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    Fingerbobs wrote: »
    I can't even get to "noodle.co.uk" - the connection just times-out for me.

    But the CallCredit thing is noddle.co.uk, not noodle.

    Is that noddle as in pot noddle?
  • DerbyRams wrote: »
    For some reason it couldn't verify me, and just told me to try again another time.

    The same thing happened to me so I tried another card and it worked.
  • I can't believe a so called professional company (callcredit) have entitled their credit file website "noddle".

    It sounds ridiculous!
  • Maestro.Maestro. Forumite
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    and 8/10 people read it as noodle, which is completely understandable as our brains will match it to the closest word we commonly recognise when skimming over things.

    Pish.
    Oh, you wee bazza!
  • borkidborkid Forumite
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    sharpy2010 wrote: »
    I can't believe a so called professional company (callcredit) have entitled their credit file website "noddle".

    It sounds ridiculous!

    Could it be from the saying 'use your noddle' as in think?

    Found this on the answerbank of cockney slang
    The origin of 'noddle' is uncertain, as there appears to be no similar word in any related language. However, it has meant the head since the 1400s.
    'Noodle' for 'head' however, has been around only since the early 1900s...probably just as a variant of the much older 'noddle'.
  • rartherinvrartherinv Forumite
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    They don't let me have mine either. Applied several times with different cards and computer won't verify. Their customer service response was that their systems are continually increasing the number of people who it is available to, but unfortunately not me yet. :(
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