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    Don't know, but I had to pay £4.99 to see my credit score after seeing my report for free.

    £5 seems to be average for most of them. I paid £4.99. If your report is ok, ie lots od green and not much red then your score isnt really worth seeing. But its good to know!

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    bod emrys;2473867

    Hmmm, I'm thinking that this is how they suck us in - offer the report … Hmmm, I'm thinking that this is how they suck us in - offer the report for free, get you wanting more and then hit you with the price.Same principle as drug pushers :-D



    but I'm not an addict so don't go back to them when they send me an email saying; so many months have past since your last report, pay so and so to see the updated report :thumbsup:

    Mine didn't track, no free £6.50 for me. Just got to phone up at some point to cancel my membership.

    andrew_stoned;2476031

    Mine didn't track, no free £6.50 for me. Just got to phone up at some … Mine didn't track, no free £6.50 for me. Just got to phone up at some point to cancel my membership.



    Mine didn't track either, and you can't raise an enquiry for them... ah well - at least we saw our credit reports for free.

    Apparently I'm £200 -odd in debt with the bank... pretty good as I thought it was £700-odd:thumbsup:

    EDIT - Mine just tracked

    Don't get a credit 'score', they are pointless, and only are there to relieve you of your funds.

    Money Spinning;2517176

    Mine didn't track either!Will I be charged again if I don't cancel within … Mine didn't track either!Will I be charged again if I don't cancel within 30 days?



    Have just seen that I have to phone 0800 656 9000 and click option 4 to cancel otherwise they will continue to charge me, not open today, so will phone back Monday.

    EDIT - Mine has just tracked now

    Credit score is never accurate. Different companies would give you a different score since they have different grading criterias.
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