Equifax Credit Report & Score - 30 days trial - get £7 cashback through Topcashback
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Equifax Credit Report & Score - 30 days trial - get £7 cashback through Topcashback

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Found 4th Jan
For New Equifax customers only.

Place a reminder to cancel it before 30 days otherwise you will be charged for next month (£14.95).

Member must keep the free trial for at least 20 days of the 30 day free trial to be eligible for cash-back.Cashback will only be paid out to users purchasing the Equifax Credit Report and Score product. All other Equifax products are not eligible for cashback.

You can cancel it online through your account. Please see details here: link
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Just to let you know, you can get your EQUIFAX report each month for free with CLEARSCORE. No cashback though.
Negated by the price of the phonecall and time it'll take to get through to cancel. If you don't cancel it'll cost you 15 quid a month forever more for a service you can get for free from the likes of clearscore.
Got a cancel pending on the 27th of Jan- via the online cancellation, email received to confirm cancellation, do you still need to ring up
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REAL_DEAL9 m ago

Got a cancel pending on the 27th of Jan- via the online cancellation, …Got a cancel pending on the 27th of Jan- via the online cancellation, email received to confirm cancellation, do you still need to ring up


You have a proof of cancellation which can justify itself if they don't cancel your subscription.
Please see the Online Cancellation

Pretty good option to cancel online rather then to ring them and waste minutes.
Edited by: "aaqeel" 4th Jan
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I thought Equifax were hacked last week? Or was it Experian?
This the same company that had a massive data breach?, Hmm
Not forgetting that a lot of people NEED this sort of service BECAUSE Equifax got hacked last year and lost all their data.

If my meds raddled memory is correct, somewhere in the region of 5 million Brits had their personal info stolen, alongside umpteen million Yanks.

I have also had issues with them (many years ago), holding data against my name that wasnt about me, not only that, but they kept claiming they didnt, even after I had been told they had "Off SYSTEM" info being given out as part of a credit check by one of their own staff.

Neighbour was arrested for drug dealing and our properties shared the same post code; his conviction was coming up against MY name.
Gentle_Giant8 m ago

Not forgetting that a lot of people NEED this sort of service BECAUSE …Not forgetting that a lot of people NEED this sort of service BECAUSE Equifax got hacked last year and lost all their data.If my meds raddled memory is correct, somewhere in the region of 5 million Brits had their personal info stolen, alongside umpteen million Yanks.I have also had issues with them (many years ago), holding data against my name that wasnt about me, not only that, but they kept claiming they didnt, even after I had been told they had "Off SYSTEM" info being given out as part of a credit check by one of their own staff. Neighbour was arrested for drug dealing and our properties shared the same post code; his conviction was coming up against MY name.


I had no idea a credit reference agency hold details about criminal convictions.
I did this through Top Cash Back in August and it still hasn't paid out !
I think you can get score free if you have barclaycard
MCGONIS6 h, 16 m ago

I had no idea a credit reference agency hold details about criminal …I had no idea a credit reference agency hold details about criminal convictions.



Neither did I, when I suddenly started getting refused credit, despite having a near perfect credit score and a well paid job, it took nearly a year to find out what was going on.

In the end, someone sent me a copy of the file they send to companies thinking of giving out loans and I compared it to the copy they sent me under a FOI request. The neighbours conviction details were hand written onto the copy sent to the loan company.
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