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Get your Experian Credit Score for FREE

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If you want your Experian Credit Score FREE forever, sign up to new product, CreditMatcher. Link: http://www.experian.co.uk/consumer/creditmatcher/index.html (Please Copy And Paste This Link Into Y…
ATjoker Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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surreyspireite
Have to say that as I am registered to Noddle (CallCredit groups free one), which gives LOTS of detail, as well as ClearScore, I was very disappointed to see that all Expeians freebie is giving is the .... score only!
Noddle impressed me, as well as Clearscore... but shoudl check all 3..

Exactly. People are missing the point here. I agree that Noddle and Clearscore are far superior in the information they show you in addition to your score. But, and it's a big but, there are 3 main credit agencies in UK: Experian, Equifax and CallCredit. Noddle checks CallCredit, ClearScore checks Equifax, which leaves Experian. Different banks and lenders will use different credit checking agencies, so if you really care you should check all three and make sure they hold accurate information about you.
Have to say that as I am registered to Noddle (CallCredit groups free one), which gives LOTS of detail, as well as ClearScore, I was very disappointed to see that all Expeians freebie is giving is the .... score only!

Noddle impressed me, as well as Clearscore... but shoudl check all 3..
use clear score
Noddle is better, this is so limited. Noddle shows all ur credit and balances, this just shows a score.
Still at 996. I don't trust their algorithm because I've never taken out a loan, never had a CCJ, never filed for bankruptcy, never defaulted on mortgage repayments or ever been overdrawn with my bank . So how do they know my credit worthiness?
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CreditMatcher: FREE Experian Credit Score (for everyone)

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Experian have finally caught up with the competition and are offering their very basic credit score product called "CreditMatcher" for free. This is NOT only for Barclaycard customers, like similar…
lyesbkz Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago23 Comments
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You only get your score with this - you can't see your report.

ClearScore give you your full Equifax report and score for free, and Noddle gives you your Callcredit score and report for free.
magicalex9
I wonder where FOI request fall under asking your credit score. You should not be penalised for asking for information about your self.

You aren't penalised for asking to see your credit report or score. Ever. The only searches that make a difference are the ones where you have applied for a financial product - those searches are visible to any other company you apply to as well.
magicalex9
I heard that just asking for a credit report can actually affect your credit score.

Absolutely rubbish. You can look at your report as many times are you like and it will make no difference to either report or score.

Then there are 2 types of search - hard and soft.

Soft searches also make no difference to your report or score, and are mainly used to confirm your identity - for example, insurance company providing a quote. These are not shown to any other company that checks your report

Hard searches CAN affect your score & report. These happen when you apply for a financial product and are visible to any other company that checks your report. It is up to them to decide whether it affects your application.

If you have several applications for loans in a short time, it may be seen as a sign that you are desperate for cash, or that you are planning to dramatically increase your debt - so maybe you aren't a good risk for them.
good free service
exclusivezia21
I am getting error while registering... Did any1 faced similar issue?
Looping login issues while attempting to reactivating my old account. I accept their terms and conditions and then click on submit - the same page reloads. Tried from different browsers from different machines/phones. Same result.

Anyone worked out how to solve this?
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£5.05 Cashback reward when you apply for a Free credit score/ report at Experian-CreditExpert

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Get a Free Credit Score and Report at CreditExpert and get free cash. Topcashback- £5.05 NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY Terms & conditions -Cashback will track at £5 unless stated otherwise as part of a…
vassy4u Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago10 Comments
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What do you mean by fictional? Please explain!
Fictional?
Experian vast majority of information is fictional, but you try telling them that, bunch of idiots to deal with.
vassy201187
amzzzzyyyy
NFS
If you just want to check your credit rating for free without having to put your card details you can use clearscore as well
Is that safe?
Im using clear score and noodle to check my credit score. They both are good. But I would prefer experian credit report. They offer quality report and support.


Ok thanks
amzzzzyyyy
NFS
If you just want to check your credit rating for free without having to put your card details you can use clearscore as well
Is that safe?
Im using clear score and noodle to check my credit score. They both are good. But I would prefer experian credit report. They offer quality report and support.
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Experian's IdentityProtect Free for a year.

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Experian the credit protection agency has launched a "IdentityProtect" (https://identityprotect.experian.co.uk) service and they're giving away a FREE years worth of membership by going through their
Redwood_UK Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago14 Comments
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lyesbkz
Incidentally they didn't ask me for any payment details when I signed up for the Identity Protect service with a new account.

Same here. So I'm pretty convinced this isn't the same thing that people seem to be worried about with Experian.
andiejn
Redwood_UK
lyesbkz
Redwood_UK
This isn't about credit rating but Identity Protection. Does Noodle offer that?

I have seen adverts for their identity protection when I log in, but it isn't free like their credit report.

As for this deal it seems like a good one. I'm just waiting for my code to come through.

Yeah I am enjoying this one. I think people are getting CreditExpert and IdentityProtect mixed up when they say they've had bad experiences in the past with Experian, as far as I can tell this is a pretty new product.

it's still experian.
you get shafted with a 2nd hand cut & shut corsa at Bob's Auto's, you don't go back to Bob for Fiesta do you?

I guess but I've not had terrible experiences with this and it is a different part of the company, it hasn't asked me for any payments - the only information it'll check is information i'm willingly putting in and I want them to have to check.

I thought with the recent heartbleed bug this would be a good Freebie for people to make sure they're safe.
Incidentally they didn't ask me for any payment details when I signed up for the Identity Protect service with a new account.
Redwood_UK
lyesbkz
Redwood_UK
This isn't about credit rating but Identity Protection. Does Noodle offer that?

I have seen adverts for their identity protection when I log in, but it isn't free like their credit report.

As for this deal it seems like a good one. I'm just waiting for my code to come through.

Yeah I am enjoying this one. I think people are getting CreditExpert and IdentityProtect mixed up when they say they've had bad experiences in the past with Experian, as far as I can tell this is a pretty new product.

it's still experian.
you get shafted with a 2nd hand cut & shut corsa at Bob's Auto's, you don't go back to Bob for Fiesta do you?
lyesbkz
Redwood_UK
This isn't about credit rating but Identity Protection. Does Noodle offer that?

I have seen adverts for their identity protection when I log in, but it isn't free like their credit report.

As for this deal it seems like a good one. I'm just waiting for my code to come through.

Yeah I am enjoying this one. I think people are getting CreditExpert and IdentityProtect mixed up when they say they've had bad experiences in the past with Experian, as far as I can tell this is a pretty new product.
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FREE 30 day trial with Credit Expert + Quidco

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Cashback will track at £20 and Experian will validate immediately after sign up. This offer is available for new customers only and a monthly fee of £7.99 applies after the free trial period. This off…
stevebl Avatar6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago35 Comments
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Well no quidco at all, not even tracking. I emailed to cancel but had to call a number. I have a free phone number if its helps. 0800 561 0083

Same with equifax, no cash back. My application did mess up somehow though and they wanted me to call in. I have just left it alone. If they charge me I have grounds to argue as they emailed me saying I have not completed the required info.
Cancellation line: 0115 935 6662

Cancelled mine today. Not a happy bunny!
Not looking good for most of us and tried to fob me off cancelling already but there's still time
Still nothing. I may just ring to cancel now. Not worth watching every day. I have my reason to cancel. Having to pay to actually see my credit report. Kinda bad when you have to pay 2 fees to get there.
woo mines tracked as £20
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Order a (statutory) copy of your Experian credit report ONLINE for £2.00 !

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Normally you can have full access to your credit report for 30 days for free. By law, credit agencies are obliged to provide anyone their credit report for a reasonable fee. This was available by post…
Titanium Avatar7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago17 Comments
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Voted Cold. Why should we have to pay a company that benefits from other peoples misery. I have tried to get my details changed because a company that owes me money has wrongly given details to the credit agencies that i am a debtor. The credit agencies will not remove this damaging information and refer me to the company that owes me money. They wont even reply to me any more. Credit reference agencies are the scum of the earth.
Titanium;4387079
[SIZE=3]THIS DEAL IS FOR THE PRINTED VERSION FOR £2 ! [/SIZE]:-D

The deal is that you order it online without the hassle of printing and writing a cheque , but the report is printed and posted to your home address! :whistling:


Shouting won't make it hotter :w00t:
Lets make this deal -1000 degrees :D
i'm confused op, i did this ONLINE about 4 YEARS AGO and recieved a PRINTED COPY sent to me for £2 so where is the deal??? this is not a new deal at all as everyone has been trying to point out!
cold from me
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Free 30 day trial with experian to check your credit rating

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This was posted way back in October but has since reappeared and has gotta be worth a look (especially if you've found Christmas and shopping on here too inviting). It allows you a 30day trial along w…
neilh2069 Avatar9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago11 Comments
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There are a lot of good articles about credit report on http://www.CreditReportMonster.com, there is all kinds of information about credit reporting and scores online, its very helpfull.
mistersquiddy
Full credit report is available from Experian for £2 to £3 depending on how you order it. This monthly subscription thing they offer is nothing short of a rip-off.


Agree. Get your credit report on the free trial and then drop it. Seems to me they are struggling to justify what they would do for a monthly fee

It's still a deal, you save £2-3....
just signed up to quidco!....sort of know what it is! thank you
Becksdawe
Only heard of Quidco when i signed up here - it was too late :(


I heard of quidco here too :) HUKD has taught me so much....
Only heard of Quidco when i signed up here - it was too late :(
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FREE 30 day trial to check your credit rating

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Found this in one of my tiscali newsletters, and thought I'd shared it with you lot. From my research Experian are one of the 2 largest companies in the UK who deal with such enquiries each time co…
Workaholic Avatar1d, 1m agoFound 1 decade, 1 month ago18 Comments
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Tried this a few months ago, expecting to see all my financial history details.
Had to pay £4.99 to see anything worthwhile, and even then it's nothing most people don't already know about there finances.
Beware, the "free trial" is just to get you through the virtual door.
I cancelled my free trial within 14 Days, it was a complete waste of time for me.
Hope this helps
martin-w
I would make sure you get the other addresses removed pronto!

See: http://www.experian.co.uk/consumer/vof_signs.html

I recommend that you send experian a recorded delivery letter indicating what you saw in your report and indicating that you want these other addresses removed. Also mention that you asked for them to be removed twice but they hadn't been.

Also worth finding out what the other 2 credit reference agencie have recorded for you.
See:

Call credit
Tel:0870 0601414
www.callcredit.co.uk

Equifax
Tel: 0870 5143700
www.equifax.co.uk


Yes I suppose I should do that, trouble is how will I know whether they've removed them without then subscribing to the robbing b******s. But nonetheless I will get in contact with them again and who knows next time I may get someone with at least 2 brain cells in tact.

With regards equifax, I looked at my report on their site some time back and found it absolutely useless. Experian seems to hold most of the date on me, and more lol.

Thanks for the advice :thumbsup:
You can get £5 thru Quidco with this too! :-D

http://www.quidco.com/credit-expert-uk/
Caesar
I took out the free trial recently and everything was going tickety boo, but i noticed on it that there were 6 addresses I was linked to that I had nothing to do with. I filed a query thru experians online system outlining each of these properties individually and explaining that they were nothing to do with me.

About a week later I got an email sayin that my association with them had been removed. So I logged into my account and found they were still showing. I emailed all the queries again and again received the email saying they had been removed, but lo and behold they hadn't.

So I phoned them and the completely useless twonk on the end of the phone just told me to file a query. I had already explained to him that I had done this and yet he continued to tell me that this was the only way and that there was no alternative, so I was left in a bit of a pickle.

Eventually I just cancelled the trial and decided to forget about the properties because it didnt look like I was going to get anywhere with the useless gets.

I would make sure you get the other addresses removed pronto!

See: http://www.experian.co.uk/consumer/vof_signs.html

I recommend that you send experian a recorded delivery letter indicating what you saw in your report and indicating that you want these other addresses removed. Also mention that you asked for them to be removed twice but they hadn't been.

Also worth finding out what the other 2 credit reference agencie have recorded for you.
See:

Call credit
Tel:0870 0601414
[url]www.callcredit.co.uk[/url]

Equifax
Tel: 0870 5143700
[url]www.equifax.co.uk[/url]
Caesar

Also, during the free period, did anyone notice that every now and again when you logged in it showed your credit score at the bottom of the summary? Mine did on a few occassions and I never got charged the extra £4.99 they were asking. Weird.

Weird indeed.

When I first logged on, I could not possibly get to see any useful information without bypassing to agree for the fee, I thought it would be part of the free trial that will be waived later.

Sadly they charged it and not going to do anything about it now. So much 'a Free trial' in fact a total booby trap. :?
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