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Monochrome wrote: »
I pay my Experian membership subscription monthly, but I can't find all my details (monthly payments) on my Experian credit report. I mean it's only Lloyds TSB who appears there (I'm also banking with Barclays, Premier Division but nothing about Barclays appears in my credit report). Nothing about my monthly payments to Virgin Media, for example. Only O2 appears there (and I have 10 direct debits set on my Barclay Account). Do I have to do anything in order to see my monthly payments through my Premier Barclays account on my credit report? My first opened account was with Lloyds. Do they need an update or something like that?
Monochrome wrote: »
I pay monthly my Experian membership subscription, but I can't find all my details (monthly payments)on my Experian credit report. I mean it's only Lloyds TSB who appears there (I'm also banking with Barclays, Premier Division but nothing about Barclays appears in my credit report).
I downgraded my LloydsTSB account to a simple one, no fee. Will this affect my credit scoring?
goldenstar2k9 wrote: »
Do not go with Experian. I cancelled my subscription and they kept charging me.
glvr wrote: »
I'm wondering about Equifax and Experian and whether the info available in the 'become a paid member' is the same as that supplied in their statutory £2 versions? Is there a difference?
NorwichMan wrote: »
Just wanted to moan about Equifax. I tried to order the statutory report and view it immediately online, rather than get it posted. Having entered all the details, created my account, they found my file and asked me to log on to view it. Then they claim my log in details are not valid (I just entered them twice to create the account 30 secs prior!) If I click on the 'forgotten password' link and enter details they claim 'the information provided does not match our records'.Net result: £2 paid and no credit file provided... will have to wait to Monday to call and complain. This actually seems to be a technical problem at their end, anyone else suffered the same situation?
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