You should check your current and all previous address details. You’ll find details of these addresses in the Profile section of your credit report. Make sure that not only the details of where you lived, but the dates that you lived there are accurate and consistent. Lenders like to see stability in your life and having a steady home address for at least three years is a good way to establish trust.
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- What is a Credit Report?
- What is Bankruptcy?
- How can I rebuild my credit file after bankruptcy?
- Can the accounts associated with my bankruptcy be removed from my report?
- What does “Enforcing a debt by diligence” mean?
- How can I get an out of date, or incorrect, CCJ removed from my Credit Report?
- How long will a CCJ remain on my Credit Report?
- What happens if I don’t keep to the terms of my CCJ?
- What is a County Court Judgments (CCJ)
- I have poor credit history, what is the best way to improve my Credit Report?