As part of the comprehensive credit reporting (CCR) system that came into effect with the Privacy Act changes in March 2014, lenders will be able to see more information about you when you apply for credit.
The new categories of information included in your credit file include repayment history information and specific information about credit products already held such as the type of credit, who it is with and the credit limit.
The inclusion of this 'positive' information will mean that credit providers have access to richer information about your credit. It also means that credit scores and credit file information can change far more frequently as new information is added.
It will take some time before all lenders switch over to this comprehensive reporting model, but Credit Savvy can help you get ready now.