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Revealed: how your credit score measures up in every UK region

Your credit score can be the deciding factor in whether you buy a home or get a loan. But how good is your score compared to other people in your local area?

Eight myths around your credit score debunked

Your credit score is affects whether you can take out a mortgage, loan or mobile phone contract - but a majority of us don't understand how it works.

Free credit score company Noddle becomes ‘Credit Karma – here’s what it means for you

Which? Money explains what Credit Karma's acquisition of Noddle means for existing Noddle customers and their credit scores.

Do you live in an area with the worst credit scores?

Credit card borrowing exceeds £70bn but many Brits put their credit scores at risk. Find out common mistakes to avoid and how to boost your creditworthiness.

Two thirds of people find credit score errors after bank IT failures

An alarming number of people found mistakes on their credit history following a bank IT outage. We explain how to check your credit report and correct errors.

New loan grows cheaper as your credit score improves: is it worth using?

LiveLend is offering a unique personal loan that rewards customers with a lower rate if their credit score improves over the term of the deal. Is it worth going for?

Bad credit mortgages: what are my options if I have a poor credit history?

We explain the marks on your credit history that may mean you'll have to get a bad credit mortgage, plus give an outline of the providers who may consider your application and how to improve your credit score

Credit scoring: are you in the dark?

Credit reference agencies collect data on and rate every adult in the UK. Reena Sewraz investigates a system we can’t opt out of but has the power to make or break lives.

‘A scam on top of a scam?’: Equifax letters spark concern among victims

UK victims of May’s Equifax data breach have been left confused and panicked by a letter from the firm which says their personal information has been compromised – but doesn’t...

Could paying rent on time help you get a mortgage?

Which? looks at proposals to include rent payments on credit reports to make it easier for tenants to get a mortgage, as the government debates the matter.

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