Online shopping has taken over in the past decade as more and more people escape onto the internet for their everyday shopping needs. You can have everything delivered to you at the click of a button, from the comfort of your couch. This is even easier now that Commonwealth Bank has partnered up with Klarna. But does Shop Now Pay Later Affect your Credit Score? It makes shopping more exciting but comes with risk
We are often asked if paying an account will lead to the listing being removed from a credit file. This is an interesting question. Read on to find out more on this topic.
One of the most common questions we are asked is “Can Clean Credit remove my court judgement from my credit file?” The answer to this question can undoubtedly make all the difference to your business
There are three major reasons why a person’s credit score goes down. Having too much debt, not paying bills on time and leaving errors on the credit file undisputed. The bottom line is, you’re overcharging your credit accounts and underpaying them. If money is the issue—then, it’s time to do some saving up.
I recently read an article about how the Australian Retail Credit Association (ARCA) had launched a fact sheet on how people could repair their own credit files if they felt an incorrect or contestable listing has been made against them. As the director of a credit repair company, the only thought I had while reading this information was “if only it was that simple”.