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Credit Report Check

A Credit Report is a summary of all the credit activities undertaken by you till date. From your first credit availed to your last payment of credit dues,  it includes all information. Bank and NBFC's use the Credit Report to assess the credit behavior and credit worthiness of credit applicants.

Benefits Of Detailed Credit Analysis Summary:-


  • Know Your Credit Standings.

  • Make Sure Your Credit Report Is Accurate.

  • Keep the hard enquiries At Bay

  • Avail Pre Approved Offers

  • Get Detailed Credit Analysis Summary. 

  • Know Your Eligibility For Getting Loans.

  • Get Best Loan Offers Based On Your Score

  • Know The Opportunities To Save Interest.  

How To Read A Credit Report

  • Credit Score - You can check your score and the factors that affect your score. Credit score determines your eligibility to get a loan and ranges from 300-900.

  • Report Summary - In a report summary, you can check the number of credit accounts, current balance amount and credit enquiry summary.

  • Credit Account Information Summary - In this section you can check the summary of all your accounts found in the credit bureau database such as a number of loan accounts outstanding amount, nature of loan and date of opening.

  • Credit Account Information Details - You can read the detailed information of your active loan or credit card accounts provided by your partner banks or financial institutions and you can check there are any delayed, missed or overdue payment reported in your payment history.

  • Credit Enquiries - You can check the name of credit institutions that have possessed a loan or credit application for you. Each credit enquiries harm your credit score. High number of credit enquires and rejections in a short period of time are considered as high risk for the lender.

  • Non Credit Enquiries - You can check the authentication requests and request for your credit score and credit report by you in non credit enquiries section.

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