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FCA launches probe into credit report market

The regulator has five big concerns including the quality of information on credit reports and the risks posed by Open Banking.

Experian credit reports to include rent payments for the first time

More than 1.2 million tenants across the UK will now have their rent payments recorded on their Experian credit reports - which could make it easier to get access to better rates on loans, credit cards and mortgages.

TSB failing to update credit reports: has your credit score been hit?

The bank has experienced a delay in updating credit reports since April. Which? takes a look at how this will impact your credit score.

Competition watchdog to probe Experian and ClearScore merger

The UK’s competition watchdog is investigating Experian’s takeover of ClearScore amid concerns the deal could mean we end up paying more for credit cards and loans.

Equifax to alert another 167,000 UK victims of its data breach

Equifax has alerted another 167,000 UK clients to the risk of fraud following a mass data breach - adding to the 690,000 victims previously warned.

More than 15 million people affected by Equifax data breach

Some 15.2 million UK client records were compromised in the cyber-attack on Equifax last month. The credit reporting agency revealed yesterday that more than 690,000 UK consumers are likely to have...

Equifax data breach hits 143m customers

A small portion of UK customers are likely to be affected by the cyber-attack on credit monitoring company Equifax, it has been confirmed.  Yesterday, Equifax announced that criminals had exploited...

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