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Credit Savvy updates your Credit Score Factors* and Credit Report Summary whenever there are changes to your Experian credit file and offers free credit monitoring alerts to notify you of these changes so don’t miss an important update.
Credit Score Factors*
Your score factors are common elements that have been identified that could affect your score. It can provide you with further insights into where improvements can be made to your credit reputation.
*Influences and tips delivered as part of Score Factors are for guidance and educational purposes only and should not be relied on as financial advice. The influences and tips may not impact or improve your credit score. Not all lenders use the same credit reporting body or scores impacted by the influences and tips provided.
Credit Report Summary
The details behind your score. It summarises the important elements of your Experian credit file so you can easily see the key information that makes up your credit score.
Check your Credit Score Factors and Credit Report Summary for free right here.
Take a look below at some of the key elements that show up on your Credit Report Summary and what information each includes:
- Credit Accounts and Relationships
A detailed view of your individual credit accounts including, credit provider name, credit type, limit, status, open and closed dates. Also, information related to credit relationships with specialty finance providers from debt collection agencies or payday loan providers.
- Repayment History Information
Your monthly repayment history for the credit accounts you hold, including whether you have made payments on time or missed any payments. A strong repayment history is a crucial factor in achieving a high credit score.
Did you know that when you apply for credit it can show up on your credit report? The frequency and recentness of credit enquiries can have an impact on your score as well as the type of credit and the provider of the credit.
- Negative Events
Information on your overdue payments that have become defaults and any information that is held in the public record, such as bankruptcy, court writs and judgments that have a significant impact on your score is recorded.
Different types of information can have varying levels of impact on your credit score and can stay on your file for a varying amount of time. Check your Credit Report Summary and uncover the details on your credit report so you can take action to improve it.
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