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I've been refused a credit card, how can I find out why? Read our guide to see what our money experts have to say about being refused credit and what to do.
I live in shared accommodation, will my housemate's credit rating affect my likelihood of getting a credit card? Read our credit reports Q&A to learn more.
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You can check your eligibility for a credit card without having to apply for it, so you can reduce the risk of being rejected for a card
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Credit cards offer something incredibly convenient when it comes to consumer protection: Section 75. Learn more about it and what it means for you.
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A rundown of some of the important questions you should ask yourself before you apply for credit - it could save you a fortune in the long-run.
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If you are looking to borrow money the chances are you will have been asked whether they could check your Experian Credit Report.
Checking your credit rating can help you improve your credit score and protect you against fraud - read our top 10 reasons for checking your credit rating.
Credit reports come in many shapes and size, which can making getting hold of and checking your statutory credit report a much more difficult process.
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Being refused credit can be terrible, but luckily there are a few simple rules you can follow to improve your credit rating.
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