Help me find my credit rating

You may be wondering, “how do I find my credit rating?” Credit reports and ratings are stored with credit reporting agencies such as Veda Advantage and Dun & Bradstreet. These credit reporting agencies record and collocate the information entered by credit providers and present it as meaningful data. This data is then made available to subscribers, who in turn utilise the information to help them determine the credit worthiness of an individual or company.

While the general public is able to obtain a copy of their credit report, you will need to contact one of the credit reporting agencies to do so. You will be asked to provide information to enable them to properly identify you.

This could include:

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  • your full name
  • your address
  • your date of birth
  • your previous address
  • your driver’s license number

Veda Advantage

Public Access PO Box 964 North Sydney NSW 2059 Phone:1300 762 207 Fax: (02) 9278 7333
URL: http://www.mycreditfile.com.au Email: assist.au@vedaadvantage.com

Dun & Bradstreet

Public Access Centre Dun & Bradstreet (Australia) P/L PO Box 7405 St Kilda Road VIC 3004
Phone: 132 333 Fax: 03 9828 3185 URL: http://www.dnbcreditreport.com.au

Tasmanian Collection Service

People living in Tasmania can also contact: Tasmanian Collection Service: GPO Box 814H Hobart TAS 7001 Phone: 03 6213 5555 Fax: 03 6234 2988 URL: http://www.tascol.com.au/reports.htm Email:enquiries@tascol.com.au
If you discover that your credit score is low, then Clean Credit’s credit repair services may be just what you need. Clean Credit specialises in helping people have negative credit items removed from their credit history. Through our credit repair you could restore your credit rating and secure more financial opportunities in the future. Call a credit repair specialist today on 1300 015 210.

See Also…

What is a Credit Rating?

How Do I Get a Bad Credit Score?

How Does My Credit Rating Affect Me?

How to Avoid a Bad Credit Rating

How to Improve My Credit Rating and Score

The Benefits of a Good Credit Score

Who Gives You a Credit Score?

Who Looks at Your Credit Score?