The UK’s Only Multi Agency Credit Report

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See how you score with an independent view of your Credit Score

Lenders generally use their own system to work out your score based on the information in your Credit Report and they routinely check your information at more than one Credit Reference Agency. Your checkmyfile Credit Score is based on all of the Credit Report information gathered from Equifax, Experian, TransUnion and Crediva to help you better understand how you are likely to be assessed when applying for mortgage or other credit.

Understand what Is affecting your Credit Score

See at a glance how the information in your Credit Report affects your checkmyfile Credit Score both positively and negatively. Find out if any differences between what’s held at the four agencies affects you and get tips on how to improve your score and resolve any issues which are negatively affecting you.

Get help to remove incorrect financial associations

Use checkmyfile’s online tool to remove inappropriate people from your Equifax, Experian and TransUnion files, and get support from their professionally qualified Credit Analysts who will guide you through the process at each Credit Reference Agency – speeding up the time it takes to get ‘disassociated’.

The UK’S most detailed online Credit Report

  1. See your data from four Credit Reference Agencies, not just one
  2. Get an independent view with your checkmyfile Credit Score
  3. Really easy to cancel – by Freephone or even online
  4. checkmyfile guarantee never to sell your personal data

Check what’s being reported and ensure your payments are correctly recorded with all four Credit Agencies

*By signing up to this service you are entitled to an initial 30-day free trial, if do not cancel your subscription you will be charged after this time. However, this 30-day free trial, or any subsequent subscription can be cancelled at any time. Please note, a subscription charge of £14.99 per month is payable once the free trial period ends.