By getting credit scores from a number of sources, you can set up an efficient and effective credit score for your business or company.
Below are some tips for you to follow to get the most out of the credit scores you’re getting from the sources mentioned above.
Credit Score Reporting Sources : Credit reporting agencies, financial institutions, credit reporting agencies.
Credit scoring agencies are generally reputable and have an extensive database of credit scores, but credit scoring agencies also report on their own websites the credit reports they’ve received.
These credit scoring sites also publish information about the credit reporting companies they’re associated with and the amount of credit cards and loans they’ve applied for.
You can get a copy of the report by visiting their websites.
You can also get a free report from one of the following sources:Equifax credit report (free)Citibank credit reportEquifax consumer credit reportCreditScore.com credit reportCiti credit reportBank of America credit reportAll of these credit reports are available to the public and you can check for updates on your credit score from their websites, but you may also find it useful to contact the credit agencies directly.
If you have any queries about credit scores or credit reporting, you should first speak to a credit bureau directly.
These are usually very experienced and can provide a quick and effective answer to any questions you might have.
Credit scores are used to verify that you’ve met your minimum credit-worthiness obligations to creditors, such as paying back your loan, paying your utility bill, and making payments on the debt.
In India, this credit is referred to as credit score, or as credit report.
There are three types of credit score:Credit score based on a number or value assigned to a person.
Credit score that includes the same data as the credit score based credit score.
Credit report based on credit scores issued by credit bureaus.
Credit Report: The credit reports issued by the banks and credit reporting firms are issued to credit applicants by the credit buresaus.
The information about an applicant’s creditworthiness and the type of credit is included in the report.
The credit report provides you with information about your credit history, including information about creditworthiness of creditors, and it also allows you to check your credit utilization.
The credit bureau will then determine if you’re eligible to apply for a loan or purchase of a property based on your current credit score and the information included in your credit report is used to decide if you should be approved.
You may have questions about credit scoring in India, but most of the relevant information is available on your website or from the credit bureau.
Credit score information can be accessed at: http://www.creditscore.com/en/credit/credit-scoring/index.htmCredit Score Reports : Credit scoring agencies have their own website which contains information about their credit reports and offers an easy way to check the status of your credit scores.
You may find it helpful to contact a credit reporting agency directly.
For more information on credit scoring, see our article Credit Score: Credit scoring companies in India.
Credit bureau: A credit bureau is a company that issues and distributes credit reports to individuals, businesses and corporates.
There are various types of consumer credit reports, such credit reports by the major credit bureau(s) (e.g. Equifax, Experian, TransUnion, etc.).
Credit bureau offers credit reports for various categories, such:Business and personal:Credit reports issued to business entities (including the owners, officers and employees) are used by financial institutions to monitor the creditworthiness, creditworthiness-related transactions, and creditworthiness ratings of those entities.
For an overview on the credit ratings offered by the Credit Bureau, click here.
For a list of the major card issuers in India that offer credit scores and ratings, see the list of credit scoring companies on our credit score guide.
Credit Reports: Some credit reporting institutions have information about all of the consumers they collect from.
These institutions include, credit score providers, credit bursaries, credit repair agencies and payment gateways.
Credit reports from these credit reporting organizations are also used by banks and other financial institutions.
For more information about how to get a credit report from a credit rating provider, click on this link: http:www.bureau.gov.in/credit.creditreport/index/credit_reports.htmFor more on the importance of credit reports in India and credit scoring services in general, click this link.
Credit Scores in India: The most common credit scores available for the Indian market are issued by Standard and Poor’s (S&P), Fitch, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s Analytics (SP&P).
For more detailed information on these and other credit scoring ratings, click the links below:Credit Score: The name of the company that provides the credit report used by the lenders, credit agencies, credit card issuances and payment gateway providers.