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jenkofreeze wrote: »
I just tried to get a statutory credit report from xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
When it comes to clicking thru that first page I get a warning that 'the site certificate is not secure - this may be a site pretending to be from Experian'
Anyone have a similar problem, or know if it's ok to go ahead with the order?
techmax76 wrote: »
Obtaining a credit report is free. There are three major credit-reporting agencies, Equifax, TransUnion and Experian, each of them are required to provide consumers, upon request, a free copy of their credit report once every 12 months.
Jacktom wrote: »
Know that when using a hsbc debit card I have run into difficulty with some payment systems when including the issue number
AG0607 wrote: »
A couple of months ago, I registered for a free trial of Equifax Credit Watch Gold. The product is no longer needed. However I am having problems in cancelling. Their phone line is only open between the hours of 9 - 5 Monday to Friday which is inconvenient for me as these are also my working hours. I have tried calling them during my lunch break on numerous occasions but all I get is a constant message saying the lines are busy and to try again later.
There is a section on their very user friendly (not!) website which allows you to send them a message requesting cancellation. I must have tried this 20 times and not once has it submitted my message, it just takes me back to the same page where I have to fill in my details and type in my query. Because of this I have been charged for a months subscription for a product I have been trying to cancel since the moment I took out the free trial. Does anybody know of any other way to cancel this?
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