Experian knows a lot more than just your credit score. Here we explain what it knows, where it gets its data and how you can opt out.
If you’re applying for a mortgage, a loan or even a mobile phone contract in 2021, then your credit score will be key to deciding your eligibility.
Find out how Experian's open banking tool uses your current account information - such as income, savings and media subscriptions - to boost your credit rating.
The Information Commissioner's Office says Experian has been collecting and using people's personal data without their knowledge. Here's what you should know.
As Credit Awareness Week launches, Which? looks at where people are going wrong with their credit reports and how you can look after and improve your credit score.
Thousands of tenants could find it easier to get onto the housing ladder and get better credit deals as Equifax includes rent in credit scores. How to be included.
Borrowers can now check what credit limit they’ll get on a 0% balance transfer card before they apply, but only with certain providers. Which? investigates.
The regulator has five big concerns including the quality of information on credit reports and the risks posed by Open Banking.
UK borrowers are increasingly using ‘soft searches’ to avoid damaging their credit score when shopping for the best deals on credit cards and loans.
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.